Located in the thriving Penn District at the crossroads of Midtown, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea, the elegant modernist glass curtain wall façade of 300 West 30th Street, with Mondrian-inspired lines of transparency and opaqueness designed by Studio C Architects, can be seen from the steps of Moynihan Station, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea.
Workshop/APD, world-renowned for its transformative approach to luxury residential and hospitality design, created a boutique hotel ambiance at 300 West 30th Street by blending elegant, minimal interiors with the dramatic custom details and textures found in a high-end hotel. Throughout, impeccable craftsmanship highlights the interplay of geometric forms and clean lines inspired by Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, and decorative elements including fluted glass, white oak, smoked mirrors, brushed brass accents, and custom hardware.
“We wanted to create a sense of calm, cool serenity at 300 West 30th Street – an oasis within the hustle and bustle of the neighborhood,” said Brook Quach, Design Director and Associate at Workshop/APD. “In each space, we focused on simplicity of design through clean lines, a warm, natural palette, and elegant custom millwork that takes advantage of every possible square inch of space for residents. Whether relaxing in the lush courtyard or entertaining in the lounge, residents will truly feel at home surrounded by serene interiors and natural materials.”
300 West 30th Street creates an elevated residential atmosphere from lobby to residence. Residents are welcomed by a 24-hour doorman into a soaring glass lobby with ceiling heights up to nearly 15 feet, travel to their homes on custom-patterned carpet inspired by the building’s exterior geometric pattern, and enter their residence through bespoke doors with a Mondrian-inspired relief.
Elegantly planned, light-filled residences by Workshop/APD feature dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning city views and efficient layouts that create a home that’s intuitive and comfortable. At 300 West 30th Street, the design team maximized storage and counter space by creating a custom kitchen featuring a fully-integrated Miele appliance package hidden within fluted millwork and supplemented by a white marble backsplash and counters and solid white oak open shelves. Serene, spa-like primary bathrooms showcase white marble surfaces, rain showers with a feature wall of raked porcelain tile, custom polished chrome hardware, and adjustable radiant floor heating. All residences feature 7” solid white oak hardwood flooring in a natural stain throughout, Daikin heating and cooling systems, Lutron dimmer system, and high-end in-unit washer & dryers.
Residents have access to a chic and modern amenities package with a focus on seamlessly integrated outdoor space, perfect for co-working by day and entertaining by evening. Designed with natural materials in mind, 300 West 30th Street provides multiple outdoor amenities spaces. Residents can choose between an enchanting outdoor courtyard on the second floor with seating and lounge areas, a grill and outdoor kitchen for entertaining, and a fire pit, or the sophisticated open-air Sky Terrace on the 12th floor, with dramatic views of the Empire State Building, Hudson Yards, and the midtown skyline. The amenities also include a sleek gym with bountiful natural light and a residence lounge and co-working space with rooms that can be separated for privacy or expanded for entertaining, featuring an 8-person dining table with catering kitchenette for private events that opens directly to the terrace.
“300 West 30th Street is the newest addition to Manhattan’s most connected neighborhood and technology hub, as the Penn District evolves into a true live, work, play, destination,” said Aleksey Gavrilov and Joseph Grosso of the Gavrilov-Grosso Team at The Corcoran Group, handling sales on behalf of Corcoran New Development. “Everyone would love to live in a condominium that feels like a boutique hotel, and with high design by Workshop/APD and amenities in the center of everything, 300 West 30th Street is a unique offering for a primary home or pied-a-terre.”
Located in The Penn District in the heart of Manhattan, 300 West 30th Street is within minutes of nearly every major subway line, as well as NJ Transit, the Long Island Railroad, and Amtrak trains leaving from the brand-new Moynihan Train Hall just blocks away. The Penn District bridges the gap between thriving Hudson Yards, offering numerous mainstays for high-end dining, shopping, and entertainment, and the numerous dining and entertainment options of the Penn District, including 25,000 square feet of curated food vendors and restaurants in Moynihan Food Hall. The area is newly home to many of the world’s top technology companies, with both Facebook, (now Meta,) and Apple having signed long-term office leases just blocks away. Additionally, the new High Line extension brings the city’s popular elevated park a block and a half from 300 West 30th Street’s front door.
“It seems our first buyers at 300 West 30th Street, the Governor, and leaders in tech, restaurants, and real estate can all agree on one thing: The Penn District is New York’s next big neighborhood. It’s very appealing for a purchaser to live in an area full of bold public and private investment,” said John Felicetti, Vice President of Corcoran New Development.
Corcoran New Development and The Gavrilov-Grosso Team at Corcoran are exclusively handling the sales and marketing for 300 West 30th Street. For an onsite tour of the model residences, contact 212.931.1233. Residences range from studios to two-bedroom penthouses with large terraces, with pricing starting at $950,000. For more information, please visit the website at 300w30nyc.com and follow the Instagram @300West30 for project updates.