New York’s future tallest residential tower 432 Park Avenue is now officially on the market. If you’re planning to buy one of two-thirds available penthouses, have in mind that the prices go up to $95 million. Prices at the proposed 1,396-foot tall skyscraper start at $20 million for three-bedroom units with libraries. A one-bedroom can be had for close to $7 million.
This 96-story Rafael Vinoly-designed residential tower, planned to be finished in 2015, will contain a total of 126 apartments asking a combined $2.7 billion, which is the highest total asking price ever for a condominium building in Manhattan. That breaks down to $6,742/square foot. All apartments will have private elevator landings and 10-foot-by-10-foot windows, and there are extra staff apartments, office suites, storage spaces, and climate-controlled wine cellars available for purchase, too.
The lucky buyers of penthouses will enjoy a courtyard, circular drive and garden at the condominium, as well as a private restaurant, a private club with a pool, fitness center, spa, library, billiards room (naturally), screening room and “performance venue,” children’s playroom, and assorted other goodies.
“Everything about this place is larger than life,” said Douglas Elliman broker Lisa Simonsen, who has clients close to contract. “There isn’t anything that is not exquisite.”