Peek Inside Robert A.M. Stern’s NYC 30 Park Place As Seen By Young, Brooklyn-Based Designer ASH NYC offers you a peek inside this amazing residence high above Manhattan.

When walking or commuting in downtown New York City, you can’t help but notice the tall and impressive structure visible in the background of the skyline of Manhattan at Church Street and Park Place corner. This building is actually the tallest residential condominium tower of Downtown New York City. With exceptional views over the Hudson and East Rivers, the NY Harbor, Statue of Liberty and last but not least Midtown Manhattan, the building was designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern and developed by well-known New York property developers Silverstein Properties.


Bright and Airy Living Room

Located at 30 Park Place, the property features 157 private residences ranging from 1 to 6 bedrooms each and boasts 40.000 square feet (3716 m2) just for the use of amenities.

modern kitchen
The Stylish Kitchen

The first 24 floors are occupied by the famous 5-star service hotel, The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown. Famous chef and restauranteur Wolfgang Puck owns and operates his restaurant CUT from The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown.


The Entree

Nothing but the best

Offering nothing but the best that luxury living has to offer, when entering the property through the deep blue dramatic entry you will find yourself in the living room that is beautifully furnished with long grey velvet sofas and a gold with glass table perfectly complement each other.

Living Room with a Spectacular View

In the bedrooms, neutral and warm colors are used to give life to the walls and furniture. Throughout the condominium Herringbone-patterned oak floors are seen and large windows are border the condominium to fully capture the beautiful scenery of downtown Manhattan.


Bedroom 1


Light Bedroom
Bedroom 2


Bedroom no 3
The Master Bedroom


Him and Hers

Here is the Floorplan

The Floorplan

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