Merging two adjacent units on the 82nd floor to form a lavish aerie spanning an estimated 8,000 square feet, these conjoined apartments hang more than 1,100 feet above ground. Located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets, 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. Designed by Rafael Vinoly, this extraordinary 96 story tower rises 1,396 feet, redefining the Manhattan skyline, as the apartment’s increased footprint boasts a large primary office, a personal assistant’s office, a laundry room, a palatial main bedroom suite with two enlarged dressing areas, two bathrooms and a dedicated ‘shoe room’.
Fully equipped for both remote work and luxury living, the residency features abundant natural light and spectacular views of Central Park, the Hudson and East Rivers, Atlantic Ocean, and many iconic Manhattan buildings and avenues, through expansive 10 feet by 10 feet windows, with additional centrally controlled climate, media and security systems.
Complete with an interior conceptualised by renowned architect Deborah Berke, all residents are treated to 30,000 square feet of prestigious amenities, including a lounge, private restaurant, outdoor terrace for dining and events, 75-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and spa with sauna, steam, and massage rooms, library, billiards room, screening / performance venue, conference room, children’s playroom, yoga studio, in-residence dining and room service, concierge, 24-hour doorman, onsite parking garage and valet services provided by the building staff.
Showcasing a sweeping southwest-facing great room, and a separate eat-in kitchen and 12-and-a-half-foot ceilings, these $61.9 million renovated apartments are now worth at least $90 million, with two separate, smaller and negotiable condominiums by the same owner, available on the 29th floor for an estimated $4.67 million.