The Real Deal New York

30 Park Place penthouse officially hits the market

The 6,127-square-foot, 78th-floor apartment is asking $32.5 million
March 12, 2016 04:00PM


Larry Silverstien and 30 Park Place

Sales partially launched at Larry Silverstein’s Robert AM Stern-designed 30 Park Place tower nearly two years ago. But now the largest and most expensive of the announced penthouses at the project has finally hit the market asking $32.5 million.

The massive 6,127-square-foot aerie is located on the 78th floor and includes a double-height, north-facing loggia, overlooking Manhattan. It has two floors, five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a powder room, a library, an eat-in kitchen and oh, so much more, according to Curbed,

But true high rollers will want to combine the unit with another penthouse on the same floor, which is currently listed for $29.5 million.

But 78A won’t be the top dog at the project forever, as three full-floor penthouses on the 80th, 81st, and 82nd floors are still to come.



30-park-place-78A-floorplan [Curbed]Christopher Cameron