432 Park Avenue. For many of us this adress would never mean home. It’s New York City newest and tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. High up to 1,396 ft, the skyscraper contents 104 apartments at 30,000 sq ft each with 12.5 ft ceilings, 10 x 10 ft windows, and prices ranging from $16,95 million to $82,5 million.
This skyscraper was designed by Rafael Viñoly. It’s taking three years to construct right in a heart of Manhattan. The upper penthouses offer a view on all New York City: any side, any angle. The building also features a private restaurant with an outdoor terrace, a 75ft swimming pool/spa, a screening room/ performance venue, climate-controlled wine cellars, a children’s playroom and a board room. The first residents will arrive here next year, so if you’re ready to spend this not little value of money be quicker cuz apartments are running out so fast.
We recently saw renderings of the apartment building’s interiors, and the designs are magnificent. Designer Deborah Berke says her focus was to make the most of the apartments’ perch above the city. Double-height ceilings and beautiful oak flooring are highlights, while huge square windows provide an unparalleled view.