Imagine living in a 96-storey sky scraper in Manhattan, now imagine living in the penthouse, now imagine if the whole building was penthouses. Yea.
Thanks to a new listing at 432 Park Avenue that dream can now be a reality, for a few pretty pennies you can be the proud owner of one of these palatial sized places.
Designed by Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly and co-developed by CIM Group and Macklowe Properties, the building is made up of a mishmash of three-bedroom and three-bathroom condos with panoramic views of The Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge and even the Statue of Liberty.
The building’s decor is fresh, bright and features a neutral color palette, however it is the furthest thing possible from boring. The living areas combine with the dining room, boasting raw materials and lots of light thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows.
But if this particular room doesn’t tickle your fancy, fret not: there are several more sitting rooms at your disposal!
The penthouse features a private elevator landing and motorized window shades, oh, and this rad-as-hell library to hang out and relax for a few hours.
You’ll have the best view of the city in your bedroom, which features carpeted floors, flowing ceiling-to-floor drapery and seats right against the insulated glass window.
The kitchen designs are the stuff of dreams. Featuring white lacquer and oak cabinetry as well as marble floors and counter tops, this room is flooded with natural light and even boasts a breakfast bar with a view.
There are a few possible designs, each slightly different than the last. However, they all feature stainless steel backsplashes, toe kicks and appliances. They will also have a Miele wine cooler, double sinks and some even feature a built-in espresso maker.
The bathrooms will all have freestanding soaking tubs with the building’s 10-foot square windows close beside so you can bathe whilst staring down the New York City skyline. They will also feature marble walls, marble heated floors and 22 inch oval sinks.
Owners and guests will have access to 423 Park Avenue’s luxurious amenities such as its 18-seat private theater, billiards room and stunning 75- foot-long swimming pool.
The price for one of these beauties? Upwards of forty million dollars: a fair price to pay for one of NYC’s most luxurious buildings and the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere.
[ Source: 432ParkAvenue ]