Living 425 meters above the ground rising above the city skyline at a rapid pace, 432 Park Avenue is winning the race to become both New York’s tallest residential building, and the tallest condominium in the western hemisphere.
With interiors by Deborah Berke, 432 Park Avenue’s 104 luxury residences embody a modern vision for Manhattan. Its timeless glass and steel exterior is a refreshing change of pace from the elaborate architecture and design that has long saturated the high-end real estate market. 432 Park Avenue offers amenities ranging from private dining to a fully-equipped fitness center and spa, bringing a signature mix of contemporary elegance and seamless convenience to this venerable New York City neighborhood.
Apartment on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere worth $ 95 million. Park Avenue apartments are widely known for their spectacular views and luxurious accommodations and 432 Park Avenue has quickly vaulted to the top of that illustrious list.
The architect of the project is Rafael Vinolu. The building consists of 96 floors and the price of apartments in a gated complex varies between 16.5 and 95 million dollars. Residents of 432 Park Avenue can enjoy the view of Manhattan in three 3-meter windows, as each apartment has a telescope for this purpose.
Featuring an indoor pool, spa, massage rooms, library, cinema, a private restaurant and 24-hour concierge service, it’s no surprise that buyers from around the globe are lining up to get into 432 Park Avenue.
With the 425-meter skyscraper they won the peculiar race with Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and the World Trade Center. ”The building has been designed and discreetly marketed to a sophisticated audience that expects every detail to be carefully considered and of the highest quality,” says Harry Macklowe, founder of Macklowe Properties, co-developer of 432 Park Avenue.
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