New York is the epitome of luxury living, with some of the most extravagant properties on Earth, the city oozes sophisticated design. 432 Park Avenue is the pinnacle of luxury living and the most expensive penthouse in New York City.
For 169 million dollars you can have New York’s highest current listing which comes completely furnished luxury brands in the world, such as Fendi, Bentley and Hermès. This entire 96th floor of 432 Park Avenue is an ode to luxury living and contemporary design.
The skinny skyscraper was designed by Uruguayan architect Rafeal Vinoly with interiors by New York-based design firm, Deborah Berke Partners, and it was a great accomplishment in contemporary design. Since its beginnings six years ago, the luxury estate enticed deep-pocketed buyers such as Jennifer Lopez. The 96th-floor unit is currently owned by billionaire Saudi real estate developer Fawaz Alhokair, who made the decision to sell his luxury home for a nine-figure price.
Spread across 8,300 square feet, the 96th-floor residence was designed by Los Angeles-based Andrew Cohen and comes with six bedrooms, seven full baths, a private elevator landing, a library, and a 93-foot-long great room which offers 360-degree views of Manhattan (including Central Park). White oak floors and designer furniture by luxury furniture brands Fendi, Bentley and Hermès are just the cherry on top of the cake.
The building’s 30,000 square feet of lavish amenities includes a private restaurant and lounge, 75-foot indoor pool, state-of-the-art gym, yoga studio, sauna, steam room, and massage room, outdoor terrace, screening room, billiards room, library, children’s playroom, room service, on-site parking, climate-controlled wine cellars, office suites, private storage, and a full building staff. If this isn’t the pinnacle of luxury living than what is?
All images were sourced from Galerie Magazine