Downtown Manhattan's tallest condominium tower, 30 Park Place Four Seasons Private Residences, has just unveiled its last half floor Penthouse which is asking $16.45 million. The project, which is over 90% sold, was designed by Robert A.M. Stern as a timeless, pre-war design that recalls the towers of the 1920s and 30s, and is also the tallest condominium tower in the Downtown skyline at 926'.
The newly revealed penthouse is perched on the 77th floor and is a striking 3-bedroom, 4-bath model residence with interiors designed by Meryl Santopietro. The residence spans over 3,173 SF of interior space with 2 terraces flanking the home on both sides. The residence features sweeping views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the New York Harbor. The penthouse also offers a master bedroom suite with dual marble master bathrooms and Kallista fittings as well as a white oak Bilotta custom-designed kitchen cabinetry with Gaggenau appliances and polished marble countertops, while solid white oak floors in natural matte finish with herringbone pattern line the formal rooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows are present throughout allowing for an abundance of natural light and a St. Tropez limestone fireplace provides a cozy feel in the expansive living room that is accessible through a gracious entry foyer.
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