A full-floor unit at 432 Park Avenue, the future tallest residential high-rise in the Western Hemisphere, has been listed for $79.5 million. Last week, a five-bedroom unit on the 87th floor asking $74.5 million became unavailable, though the buyer has not been disclosed.
Last month, the project’s developers, Macklowe Properties and CIM Group, retained Douglas Elliman Development Marketing to handle sales for the 1,398-foot-tall tower. Their listing describes the residence as an 8,255 square foot penthouse with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two powder rooms.
North, South, East, and West exposures provide panoramic views of Central Park and the City through expansive 10’x10′ windows.
A private elevator landing opens to an elegant entry gallery which leads to a 29’x44′ corner living room and a separate library with a wood burning fireplace. The interiors feature solid oak flooring and soaring 12.5′ ceilings.
The corner dining room offers multiple exposures and flows seamlessly into the residence’s windowed eat-in chef’s kitchen featuring a wine cellar, pantry, center island, marble floors and countertops, white lacquer and natural oak cabinetry, Miele stainless steel appliances and Dornbracht polished chrome fixtures.
The 15′ x 30′ corner master bedroom suite features a sitting room, spacious dressing rooms and two windowed baths with marble floors and walls, cubic marble vanities with carved 22″ oval sinks, custom wood cabinets, freestanding soaking tub and shower, radiant heated floors and Dornbracht polished chrome bath fittings. There are five additional bedrooms with en suite baths.
If that’s not within your budget, Douglas Elliman’s smallest 432 Park listing currently available is a 3,575 square-foot unit with 2-bedrooms and 3.5 baths listed for $17,400,000.
Building amenities include a 75-foot pool, golf training facilities and a private restaurant available only to building residents and their guests.
432 Park Avenue is one of several super-tall residential projects underway in the Big Apple. Others include One57, a 1,004-foot-tall condo building that’s currently nearing completion, a planned Nordstrom anchored 1,550-foot-tall condo tower at 225 West 57th Street, and SHoP Architects and JDS Development Group’s planned 1,350-foot high-rise at 107 West 57th, that will be only 40-feet wide.
Currently standing 45-stories, 432 Park Avenue is scheduled to be topped out by early 2015, and ready for occupancy later that year.
Renderings courtesy CIM Group