43-45 East 30th Street

More space in the sky. Park South Lofts combine spacious elegance and skyline views, all in a coveted midtown location.

Park South Lofts is a 50,000-square-foot development consisting of 40 luxury condominiums. These customizable spaces range from one and two bedroom homes, stunning duplexes, and a 3,100 square foot penthouse. Residences feature high-ceilings, handsome cherry wood floors with walnut borders, as well as high-tech kitchen appliances, including the exclusive new LG “internet” refrigerator. All homes feature double-hung tempered glass insulated windows on all sides. Many have terraces with textured granite tile floors and distinctive, custom steel railings. All interior walls contain efficient sound-proofing blankets for unparalleled privacy.

Building amenities include a high-tech video intercom security systems, automated parking, built-in CATS high-speed Internet wiring, and an automated trash recycling compactor on every floor.

Location & Contact Info:

43 E. 30th Street
New York, NY 10016

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ARCHITECT

Peter N. Elkin, AIA

Peter N. Elkin, AIA, has been providing architectural services to corporate, investment, and private clients in the New York area since 1974. He has won many awards for projects involving the design of new uses for existing buildings. His work includes single- and multi-family residences, hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, sports centers, and industrial buildings.

Mr. Elkin earned his Bachelor and Masters degrees in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania in 1968 and 1973, respectively. He has worked with Geddes Brecher Qualls Cunningham in Philadelphia, Kahn & Jacobs/HOK Architects in New York City, and Reckson Associates before he started his own firm on Long Island in 1979. Since then Elkin Architecture has designed over ten million square feet of construction and has established a reputation for quality and innovation.

Among his residential projects are the 52-unit Yardarm Condominium on the bay at Westhampton Beach, Long Island. A clapboard "saltbox" design with articulated roofs and handicapped accessible elevated walkways, it replaced an earlier wooden structure which burned down with a new fireproof structure. Fairview at Artist Lake is 375-unit condominium designed by creating ponds and clustering the units around them for views and open space. Mr. Elkin has also designed residences in Old Westbury, Kings Point, and Sands Point, on the North Shore of Long Island.

His commercial projects include many "atrium" style office buildings, several corporate headquarters, and large shopping centers.

Mr. Elkin is a member and director of the Long Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Review Boards. He is active with several cultural and charitable organizations and teaches on an adjunct basis at local colleges.