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Manhattan’s 300 West 30th Street Launches Sales from $950,000; NoMad Residences Wynwood Shows Off Its Anticipated Amenities

By: Ameena Walker

NoMad Residences Wynwood Shows Off Its Anticipated Amenities

New renderings give a glimpse into the swanky amenity spaces coming to Miami’s NoMad Residences Wynwood, the 329-residence building rising at 2700 NW 2nd Avenue. The development—a collaboration between the Related Group, Tricap, and the Sydell Group—will feature a 13,000-square-foot Casa Tua Cucina food hall at its base and a bevy of retail spaces, along with an exclusive rooftop bar led by James Beard Award winner and Eleven Madison Park bar director Leo Robitschek.

The nine-story building will also offer residents a full-service rooftop pool with cabanas and a sundeck, a fitness and wellness center with a dedicated outdoor fitness lawn, coworking spaces, a library, grilling areas, an outdoor theater, and a 24-hour concierge. Sales launched in April, and construction is expected to begin before the year ends.

Brooklyn’s Idyllic Post House Wraps Up Construction

Post House, the charming new addition to Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill neighborhood, is wrapping up, with all but a few finishing touches left on the boutique building’s frontage, reports New York Yimby

The ground-up build on the site of a former post office was designed by Workshop/APD and offers 41 luxury condominiums and two townhouses, most with private outdoor spaces. Its facade showcases white masonry, arched windows, and setbacks paired with geometric black metal cladding for a contemporary touch. 

Sales launched in May, and first closings are expected to commence in early 2023. Prices on currently available inventory start at $1.05 million for a one-bedroom residence spanning 697 square feet.

Manhattan’s 300 West 30th Street Launches Sales from $950,000 

In Midtown Manhattan, 300 West 30th Street is bringing 69 condominiums to the bustling neighborhood, with a mix of studios to two-bedroom penthouses with large terraces and prices starting at $950,000. 

The light-filled residences by Workshop/APD feature dramatic seven-inch white oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning city views, custom kitchens with a fully integrated Miele appliance package and solid white oak open shelves, spa-like primary bathrooms outfitted with white marble surfaces and adjustable radiant floor heating, and in-unit washing machines/dryers. 

300 West 30th Street is conveniently located near the new Moynihan Train Hall and aims to offer residents an ambience that emulates boutique hotels.

“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, which is handling sales. “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.”

As part of the amenity package, residents can enjoy a gym, a residents’ lounge, coworking spaces, an outdoor courtyard with lounge areas, grilling areas, and an outdoor kitchen, and an open-air sky terrace with views of the Manhattan skyline.

First Look at The Perigon’s Hotel-Like Amenity Space

Miami Beach’s forthcoming ground-up oceanfront development The Perigon has unveiled its exclusive 20,000 square feet of amenity spaces, designed by Tara Bernerd. The amenities in this initial reveal are located on two levels and include a spa, a billiards room with a floor-to-ceiling glass interior wall, and the sunrise lounge and hospitality kitchen with light wood paneling and a dramatic stone bar for entertaining and private events.

“We envisaged the residents at The Perigon to be well traveled, design-savvy and highly cultured,” said Tara Bernerd. “We have created interiors that speak to the architecture of the building, with a conversation between interior and exterior design, that would appeal to this individual and their penchant for an international design sophistication. The amenity collection epitomizes this ethos, with finishes and furnishings chosen to evoke a refined relaxation, so that it truly is a destination in and of itself.”

Residents of The Perigon will also enjoy an indoor-outdoor conservatory that overlooks the building’s landscaped garden and doubles as a breakfast lounge, a wine room and garden with storage services for residents and private tasting events, a residents-only oceanfront restaurant, a speakeasy bar, an oceanfront swimming pool, poolside cabanas and sunbeds, a terraced fitness center with ocean views, a children’s playroom, a private salon, and a screening room.

Starting at $4.15 million, The Perigon offers 72 two- to four-bedroom condominiums ranging from 2,100 to 6,700 square feet, with eight private guest suites exclusively available to residents. The project is expected to break ground in early 2023, and prices start at $4.15 million.

Triplex Penthouse Overlooking Central Park Asks $14.95 Million

A dramatic 5,500-square-foot triplex penthouse at 111 Central Park North has hit the market with a $14.95 million price tag. The four-bedroom abode was once featured in hip-hop icon Jay-Z’s 2007 “Blue Magic” music video and includes a dazzling spiral staircase designed by New York architect Dean Maltz. Its additional highlights include 30-foot ceilings in the living room, 22-foot floor-to-ceiling windows with Central Park views, two expansive outdoor terraces, and a private hot tub.