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300 West 30th Street (VUW Studio) 300 West 30th Street (VUW Studio)
The gleaming new condo at 300 West 30th Street, located on the corner of Eighth Avenue, is highly emblematic of the changes that have come to the northern extents of Chelsea over the past few years: In March 2018, Eastern Star Development purchased the site of the Riff Hotel from Salt Equities for $27.5 million. Demolition permits for the hotel were filed shortly thereafter, and the new 16-story building rose on the site. Completion is estimated for later this year, and a spokesperson for the building notes that a number of deals took place before the official sales launch. Current availabilities start at $995K for studios, $990K for one-bedrooms, and $1.49 million for two-bedrooms.
300 West 30th Street is distinguished at street level by its modern glass curtain wall and and Mondrian-inspired lines of transparency and opaqueness designed by Studio C Architects. Permits indicate that there are no more than six units per floor, allowing for excellent privacy.
The sales launch comes at a time when a stretch between Chelsea, Midtown, and Hudson Yards is starting to forge a new identity as the Penn District. Work is underway on the Moynihan Connector, which will connect the High Line to Moynihan Train Hall with completion estimated for spring 2023. The train hall itself opened to great acclaim at the beginning of 2021, and its food hall has attracted considerable attention. Indeed, 300 West 30th Street is located in close proximity to popular Chelsea and Hudson Yards restaurants, but a massive new Roberta’s Pizzeria is coming to 1 Penn Plaza, a stone's throw away. Additionally, Meta (nee Facebook) has officially moved into its new office space in the Farley Building.
300 West 30th Street is also one block from Penn Station, where change is finally in store for one of the city's most-maligned buildings. The design team for the new station was announced in September 2022, and the redevelopment is expected to improve accessibility, provide an underground connection to the 34th Street-Herald Square subway stop, update retail and passenger amenities, and improve the surrounding public space. Vornado expressed concern about the development of sites it owns around the train station, the property taxes of which would finance the station's improvements, but the project is still on.
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↓ All units feature dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows, wide white oak flooring, Lutron dimmer systems, Daikin heating and cooling systems, and in-unit washer/dryers.

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↓ Kitchens come equipped with white marble backsplashes and countertops, solid oak shelving, and fully integrated Miele appliances.

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↓ Spa-like primary baths feature white marble surfaces, radiant floor heating, rain showers, and custom custom polished chrome hardware.

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↓ Select units have private balconies.

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↓ Residents arrive to an attended lobby.

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↓ On the second floor, a planted courtyard comes with grills.

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↓ The fitness center is flooded with natural light.

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↓ A lounge/coworking space offers terrace access as well as rooms that can be separated for privacy or expanded for entertaining.

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↓ The 12th-story Sky Terrace looks out on dramatic views of the Empire State Building, Hudson Yards, and the Midtown skyline.

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