The tallest residential tower to grace the Downtown skyline, 30 Park Place stands an impressive 926 feet tall, with 82 stories and sweeping 360-degree views of New York City. Its 157 residences are perched above a Four Seasons Hotel whose interiors are designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the international firm acclaimed for its artful aesthetic.
Built: 2016, 157 units, 82 stories
1 Bedroom 102 m² — $ 2,985,000
2 Bedrooms 143 m² — 165 m², $ 4,3M — $ 5,3M
3 Bedrooms 66,7 m² — 244,4 m², $ 5M — $ 8,1M
4 Bedrooms 261,1 m² — 343,6 m², $ 9,2M — $ 12,9M
Penthouse 294,8 m² — 551,6 m², $ 13,5M — $ 27,5M
Common Charges: $ 881 — $ 5,488
Monthly Taxes: $ 2,245 — $ 13,990
The privileges of owning a Four Seasons Private Residence are legion. At 30 Park Place, the 38th floor is a residential retreat that serves as an extension of your own home, with handsomely appointed amenities devoted to services that enhance daily life. Amenities are thoughtfully managed by Four Seasons to ensure the finest service is extended at every turn. A concierge is always on call to provide exclusive access and informed recommendations, as well as to make any necessary arrangements.
The residences’ exclusive amenities floor includes a fitness facility with yoga room, screening room, private dining room, conservatory, lounge, and children’s room. Residents also have access to Four Seasons Hotel amenities including a 75-foot swimming pool and a luxurious spa offering a full range of treatments. All of this is provided so that owners have more time to enjoy and explore, with the enhanced peace of mind that comes from knowing that Four Seasons will take care of everything.
360º Panoramic views
The tallest residential tower to grace the downtown landscape, 30 Park Place offers sweeping 360-degree views of New York City – North toward the Midtown skyline, East toward the East River, South to the New York Harbor, and West to the Hudson River.