Designed by Macklowe Properties and CIM Group, 432 Park Avenue is an outstanding residential building that can be found in one of the world’s most beautiful and famous cities: New York. The building measures no less than 1,396 feet in height, which means that it is officially the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. It’s even taller than the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building, which flaunt heights of 1,046 feet and 1,250 feet respectively.
The structure was sketched out by Rafael Vinoly and boasts large windows that offer magnificent panoramas of New York’s main highlights, including Lower Manhattan and Central Park. Accommodations within 432 Park Avenue include 104 condos that can be purchased at starting prices of $16.95 million. The abodes were designed by Deborah Berke and feature impressive finishes and conveniences such as solid oak floors, tall ceilings and Italian marble countertops.
The building’s own amenities include a fitness center, a spa, massage rooms, a lounge, a library, an indoor swimming pool that measures 75 feet, a superb restaurant, an outdoor garden, a pool room, children facilities, a boardroom and a screening room. Should the need arise, owners would also be able to buy their own wine cellars, staff apartments, storage facilities and office suites right within the building. We should also mention the valet parking, concierge, in-suite catering services and the door attendant that is on duty 24/7.
Who wouldn’t want to live in a building such as this?