The shiny new condo at 300 West 30th Street in Manhattan’s Penn District is the quickest selling property in the city. With the most contracts signed of any new development building in 2023, it was nearly 60% sold in just four months. As the first luxury condo in the thriving hub to offer brand-new product in the available price range of $950,000 to $2.38M, this is a significant achievement in the current market. The building’s construction has been completed, and move-ins are expected to begin in the spring.
At 300 West 30th Street, which is at the intersection of Midtown, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea, you’ll find 69 brand-new condominiums created by Workshop/APD. Studio apartments all the way up to two-bedroom townhouses with a rooftop terrace are available, each with dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows framing breathtaking vistas of the city and a luxurious, space-saving design by Workshop/APD. Fluted millwork conceals an Miele appliance package, which complements the white marble countertops, backsplash, and open shelves in the custom kitchens. White marble surfaces, rain showers with a raked feature wall, custom polished chrome hardware by JACLO for Workshop/APD, and radiant floor heating are all features of the primary bathrooms. Each apartment has a Lutron lighting control system, smart entry locks, and a state-of-the-art washer and dryer in addition to 7″ white oak flooring in a natural stain throughout.
The new building at 300 West 30th Street in Manhattan is selling at a record rate.
The brand-new lobby and conveniences at 300 West 30th Street have recently been unveiled. Sleek and well-lit, Workshop/fitness APD’s center also features a custom glass chandelier six feet in length, seating for ten at a dining table, and a kitchenette for private events.
The lounge gives out onto a private courtyard furnished with outdoor seating, a grill, a fire pit, and manicured plants. Views of the Empire State Building, Manhattan West, Hudson Yards, and the midtown skyline are breathtaking from the Sky Terrace, an outdoor space on the building’s 12th floor.