A penthouse at 30 Park Place, otherwise known as the Four Seasons Residences, has hit the market for $39.5 million.
The five-bedroom, 5½-bathroom unit — on the 78th floor of the 82-story, Robert A.M. Stern-designed building — is 6,127 square feet and comes with interior designs by Monique Gibson.
The penthouse opens to a gallery with hardwood floors and limestone plaster walls. There’s also a landscaped terrace with views from the Empire State Building to midtown.
The living room features a gas-burning fireplace clad in marble that reaches the 12-foot ceiling. The dining room overlooks the Woolworth Building, while the eat-in chef’s kitchen features a butler’s pantry.
The home is anchored by a staircase, but also comes with a private internal elevator. The main bedroom suite comes with a large windowed dressing room and an ensuite set of bathrooms. The penthouse also comes with a separate one-bedroom apartment on the 39th floor that can work as a private home office or guest or staff suite.
Building amenities include the hotel services, as well as a doorman, a private residents’ lounge, a gym with a yoga room, a playroom, a screening room and use of the hotel’s 75-foot pool with natural light. There are also conference rooms, a garage and a spa/salon.
The listing brokers are Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, Amy Medizabal and Calli Sarkesh of Compass.