Since launching sales late last year, 300 West 30th Street, featuring luxurious new condominium residences in The Penn District, is the fast-selling building in Manhattan with the most contracts signed of any new development in Manhattan so far in 2023.
According to developer Hiwin Group USA, construction on the building is now complete, and closings are anticipated this spring.
Located in the thriving Penn District at the crossroads of Midtown, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea, 300 West 30th Street offers 69 new condominium residences with visionary interior design by Workshop/APD that creates a boutique hotel ambiance by blending elegant, minimal interiors with the dramatic custom details and textures.
300 West 30th Street recently revealed the completion of the Workshop/APD-designed lobby and amenities, including a sleek gym with bountiful natural light, and a lounge and co-working space that can be separated for privacy or expanded for entertaining, featuring a 10-person dining table topped by a six-foot-long custom glass chandelier plus a catering kitchenette for private events. The lounge opens directly to the adjacent outdoor courtyard with lounge areas, manicured plantings, a grill, and a fire pit. Also complete is the sophisticated open-air Sky Terrace on the 12th floor, with dramatic views of the Empire State Building, Manhattan West, Hudson Yards, and the midtown skyline.
With numerous model residences from studios to a high-floor two-bedroom with a large terrace, the dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning city views, as well as luxurious and efficient design by Workshop/APD can be observed firsthand. Custom kitchens by Workshop/APD feature a fully integrated Miele appliance package hidden within fluted millwork, supplemented by a white marble backsplash and counters and solid white oak open shelves. Primary bathrooms showcase white marble surfaces, rain showers with a raked feature wall, custom polished chrome hardware by JACLO for Workshop/APD, and radiant floor heating. All residences feature 7” white oak flooring in a natural stain throughout, Lutron dimmer system, smart entry locks, and advanced washer/dryer systems.
“There are a lot of superlatives in real estate, but reaching the 50% sold milestone at 300 West 30th Street in less than four months is especially exciting,” said John Felicetti, Vice President of Corcoran New Development. “Our developer client Hiwin had tremendous vision when they selected this site, but their detail and execution drives buyers to move forward and purchase at the first luxury condo in the Penn District. The building looks incredible, and the Corcoran team is excited to complete the final 50% of sales and welcome our first residents.”
“Everyone knows that The Penn District is a centrally located tech hub, but after the impressive early interest and rapid sales at 300 West 30th Street, the area cannot be underestimated as one of the city’s most important neighborhoods. The area is evolving with the opening of Two Manhattan West and the High Line extension on 30th Street this Spring, and long-term in ways that are very meaningful to buyers,” says Aleksey Gavrilov of the Gavrilov Grosso Team at The Corcoran Group, which heads up sales and marketing with Corcoran New Development. Joseph added, “Our team was engaged from the onset of the product design stage and worked alongside the interior design and architectural teams to create this beautiful product. It is very fulfilling knowing that 300 West 30th St is one of the fastest selling developments in Manhattan.”