A simple mix up on StreetEasy has given us a glimpse into a dreamland.
It’s the kind of world where you can eat pizza every day and not feel guilty, a world where you can own 11 puppies and not have to worry about leaving them home alone, and a world where you can rent a newly built two-bedroom Tribeca condo for $1,500 per month.
Unit 40B at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 30 Park Place hit the market this morning asking just that, apparently. The limestone tower combines 157 luxury condominiums with a Four Seasons Hotel that will occupy the first 22 floors of the 80-story tower.
According to its listing, it comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, two-and-a-half bathrooms, northern views, a master bedroom suite with two walk in closets, and a state of art kitchen. Plus residents enjoy access to the services and amenities of the Four Seasons, which includes a swimming pool, a spa and salon, an attended parking garage, a bar and lounge, and ballroom facilities. And at $10 per square foot, it might just be the biggest bargain in the whole of New York City.
But alas, the price is clearly nothing more than a wonderful mistake, that for just a minute gave us a peek into the kind of city we can only dream about living in.
Update: The listing is now asking $15,000 per month, and we’re devastated.