A new landmark will soon be joining the iconic New York City skyline: 432 Park Avenue, the address of a 1,396-foot condo tower that is now the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th streets in midtown Manhattan, the 96-story skyscraper offers 104 units at 30,000 square feet each, with prices ranging from $16.95 million to a whopping $95 million for the best penthouse suite.
One of the biggest selling points of the condos is undoubtedly the breathtaking view that each unit offers. Entering the living room, waking up in bed, soaking in a hot bath, or enjoying a meal, the resident is immediately faced with gorgeous 10′ x 10′ windows that look down on a sweeping cityscape, that includes everything from the Hudson to the East River, from the Bronx to Brooklyn, and from Central Park to the Atlantic Ocean. Other perks and amenities include ceilings with luxurious heights of 12.5 feet, a building lounge, restaurant with an outdoor terrace, state-of-the-art gym, billiards room, 75-foot pool with a spa and massage therapy room, screening room and performance venue, children's playroom, and a boardroom.
Designed by architect Rafael Violy, the sleek building will welcome its first residents in 2015 after three years of construction. Millionaires who want a place to call home in the City That Never Sleeps, look no further–as Violy himself says, “[it's] a 100% New York experience.”
432 Park Avenue website
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