Young, Brooklyn-based designer ASH NYC, known for transforming bleak spaces into hot, modern ones, recently reimagined the interiors of Robert A.M. Stern’s timeless, pre-war design that recalls the towers of the 1920s and 30s. The three-bed/three-bath home is perched on the 49th floor and is listed at $7.3 million.
Located in Tribeca at the corner of Church Street and Park Place, 30 Park Place is the tallest condominium tower to grace the Downtown skyline at 926 feet, with panoramic views of Midtown Manhattan, the Hudson and East Rivers, the New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty. The tower was designed by celebrated architect, Robert A.M. Stern, developed by Silverstein Properties, and offers 157 residences in a mix of one- to six-bedrooms.
30 Park Place also features nearly 40,000 square feet of amenities, as well as a full suite of hotel services, all managed by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown sits below the private residences at 30 Park Place. Occupying the first 24 floors of the tower and known for its five-star services, experiences, and amenities, The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is home to CUT by Wolfgang Puck, the celebrity chef and restaurateur’s first and only New York restaurant.
ASH NYC’s 30 Park Place model residence is their first-ever project in a Stern-designed building. The team of talented designers have created juxtaposition between a simple, yet modern design. Making a bold statement, the entry to the three-bedroom home is painted a deep blue and is accentuated with a half moon, three-legged table.
To the right of the entry in the common area are two long grey velvet sofas that line the living room where gold and glass tables perfectly connect at its center. Dangling above and mimicking the round dining room table is circular light fixture. In the bedrooms, warm, neutral tones enliven the walls and furniture. Herringbone-patterned oak floors are seen throughout and large windows that line the light filled home offer breathtaking views of Manhattan, New Jersey and Brooklyn.