Imagine waking up on a beautiful New York morning, making a routine cup of coffee and looking out over the entirety of Manhattan as the sun rises over Central Park. What a way to start your day, eh?
At 1,396 feet tall, 432 Park Avenue is the second tallest building in New York City, and the tallest residential building in the world. Situated between 56th Street and 57th Street, home to some of the most expensive real estate in the West (as well as celebrities such as Kim Catrall and Ivanka Trump), the skyscraper houses 103 luxury residences over 96 floors, with the first residential floor at 356 feet. This building is the work of celebrated architect, Rafael Vinoly, credited for designing the Cleveland Museum of Art, Downtown Jebel Ali in Dubai and Raffles City Bahrain.
Being a luxury venture, 432 Park Avenue doesn’t skimp on the amenities. A full floor is dedicated to entertaining with a lounge, private restaurant and adjacent outdoor terrace for dining and events. Fancy a swim? Ascend one floor to discover a 75-foot indoor swimming pool, spa and fitness centre complete with sauna, steam and massage rooms, library, lounge, screening room and performance venue. Conference rooms make this an ideal location for high-flying business clients, and a children’s playroom will keep little ones entertained throughout the day.
Apartments feature opulent visual aesthetics such as solid oak flooring, integrated Miele stainless steel appliances and radiant heated floors. End a long day with a soak in your freestanding bath, enjoy a full English whilst seated at your marble breakfast bar overlooking the city, and entertain friends with fine wines from your Subzero wine cooler. These elements of luxury living were designed with ultimate style in mind, with thanks to Deborah Berke Partners, coveted interior designers known for crafting the indoor aesthetics of The Laureate, Yale School of Art and 48 Bond Street condops.
In-suite catering, concierge, 24-hour doorman and valet parking are also provided – to put the icing on the cake!
432 Park Avenue is expected to reach completion in 2016. Apartments are priced between $16,950,000 and $82,500,000, with full-floor penthouses at the higher end of the monetary scale.
Find out more at www.432parkavenue.com