A penthouse at the tallest residential building in New York will cost $95 million


Yes, 432 Park Avenue is the tallest and most expensive building in New York! Giving tough competition to the One57 that has been grabbing all the attention lately, 432 Park Avenue has decided to jump ahead of One57. Compared to One57, the 1,396-foot tall skyscraper (432 Park Avenue) claims to even challenge the legendary Empire State Building in terms of its height. So much so that approval needed to be taken from the Federal Aviation Administration. Already christened the tallest residential tower midtown, 432 Park Avenue boasts 96 floors. Designed by Rafael Vinoly, the building is a swanky asset to own. The abodes in this midtown center of attraction have 12 ½ foot height ceilings, 10×10 foot windows, and nine-foot doors, inclusive of luxurious facilities like a 75-foot long pool, sauna, steam room, fitness center, offices, and guest apartments. Apart from these, 432 Park Avenue also pampers you with chauffeur services and separate entrances for servants.


You can own a full-floor penthouse with a round-about 360-degree view for $95 million, a three-bedroom unit with libraries for $20 million, and a one-bedroom for $7 million; certainly less than the exorbitant prices at One57.

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[Via – Nydailynews]