Sales efforts have launched for 300 West 30th Street, a new condo development located near the intersections of the Midtown, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea neighborhoods.

The 16-story building, which sits a short walk from Penn Station, features 69 residences on its upper floors, with floors plans ranging from studios to two-bedroom penthouses. Sales prices at 300 West 30th Street start at $950,000.

Exterior of 300 West 30th StreetVUW Studio

Designed by Studio C Architects, the building is highlighted by a modernist glass curtain wall. The condominiums on the building’s interior were designed by Workshop/APD, which intended for the building to evoke the experience of a boutique hotel, with a look inspired by the work of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, and decorative elements such as fluted glass, white oak, smoked mirrors, and brushed brass accents.

“We wanted to create a sense of calm, cool serenity at 300 West 30th Street – an oasis within the hustle and bustle of the neighborhood,” said Workshop/APD design director Brook Quach in a news release. “In each space, we focused on simplicity of design through clean lines, a warm, natural palette, and elegant custom millwork that takes advantage of every possible square inch of space for residents. Whether relaxing in the lush courtyard or entertaining in the lounge, residents will truly feel at home surrounded by serene interiors and natural materials.”

Lobby of 300 West 30th StreetVUW Studio

The homes include floor-to-ceiling windows, custom kitchens, large primary bathrooms, and solid white oak hardwood flooring. Additionally, residents have access to amenities including outdoor terraces on multiple floors, including a 12th-level deck with views of the Empire State Building and Midtown skyline. Other features include a gym and a co-working space.

Corcoran New Development are handling the sales and marketing for 300 West 30th Street. More information is available at the property's website.