362 West 30th Street is a 20-foot-wide historic townhouse located at the nexus of Hudson Yards, Manhattan West, and Chelsea. Ideal for a single-family conversion or owner's duplex, the property currently consists of four floor-through, free-market apartments that can be delivered vacant. An additional 5,500 square feet +/- of development rights and no landmark restrictions allow for a variety of potential visions for end-users, investors, and developers alike.
Garden Floor: An entrance on the ground level currently serves the garden apartment, which has access to the coveted 60-foot-long garden. With tall blooming trees, flowerbeds, and a partial stone surface, the incredible outdoor space has endless possibilities, including the ability to create a rear expansion while preserving the use of the space. The garden floor is currently configured as a loft-like one-bed, one-bath apartment with exposed brick throughout, an open kitchen, and an in-unit washer/dryer. The basement is accessible from this floor, and an interior staircase leading up to the parlor level can easily be unsealed to create a garden duplex.
Parlor Level: Up the front steps of the property, a vestibule with original mosaic tile flooring leads to the parlor unit entrance. Currently configured as a one-bed, one-bath apartment, the parlor floor boasts ceilings over 10 feet tall and stunning renovations throughout. Flooded with natural sunlight from the North and South facing windows, features include an open chef's kitchen, mahogany barn doors and finishes, a rainfall shower, and an original decorative fireplace.
Second and Third Floors: The upper floors currently consist of two floor-through apartments. Each with two beds and one bath, the apartments enjoy spacious layouts with an open kitchen and dining area, decorative fireplaces, exposed brick accent walls, and generously sized bathrooms. The top floor unit features a skylight, and the original wide-plank hardwood floors have been preserved.
Enjoy all that Hudson Yards and this rapidly expanding neighborhood have to offer, with some of the city’s finest shopping, dining, arts, and culture – moments away from Chelsea’s unique combination of galleries, museums, restaurants, schools, and Hudson River Park. Various transportation options are within immediate proximity, including the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, and 7 trains, making this one of the most accessible and convenient locations one could ask for. Situated at the epicenter of over $27 billion in private and public investments, this central location will continue to emerge as one of the most desirable residential enclaves in New York City.