New York | North America
The big apple’s tallest residential skyscraper, 432 Park Avenue, hit the market and was sold for a staggering US$95 million. The spectacular apartment not only holds the title as the highest residence in New York but offers something that is almost unobtainable in the big city, unencumbered views. Situated at 425 meters high, the view cannot be matched by any other residential property anywhere else in New York.
The architect behind this titanic skyscraper, Raphael Vinoly, took the utmost care in the design optimizing every square inch of the floor space for every apartment in the tower. All residents enjoy ceiling height of around 4 meters and bay windows of 3m2 ensuring the best views possible and the optimum amount of light to enter the rooms.
On par with giants like the Freedom Tower (541 meters ) and the Empire State Building (443 meters), the 432 Park Avenue (425 meters) is set to become one of the island’s most noticeable landmarks.
The sale of ‘the highest penthouse in New York’ stunned the entire market when the property fetched a staggering US$95 million. Complementing the sleek and elegant interior , the finishes throughout the penthouse are almost unparalleled. From the exquisite marble services to the impeccable light fittings, no expense was spared in the creation of the living areas.
This magnificent residential space, with other residential apartments throughout the tower will enjoy access to over 2 800 m2 of private facility space throughout the building.
Although the 432 Park Avenue has almost reached sold out status, a few residential apartments are still available. These range from 332 m2, currently selling at US$17 million to the magnificent 767 m2 apartment that enjoys360 degree views of the city, selling at US$83 million.