Manhattan is home to several of the world’s most iconic sights – the Empire State Building, One World Trade Centre and the Rockefeller Plaza are all a stone’s throw away from Central Park. Now there’s a new standout landmark to add to the list: 432 Park Avenue – the tallest residential tower in the western hemisphere, and home to an apartment valued at $95 million.
Designed by Deborah Berke, the apartments are not only super high, but are also super sized and boast only the finest of furnishings, including solid oak flooring, Italian marble countertops, climate controlled wine cellars, outdoor terraces and swimming pools. The elegant interiors also feature 12ft 6in ceilings and are only accessible via private lifts.
Situated 1,396 above the Big Apple, the ultra-luxurious residence is located within one of New York City’s most prestigious addresses boasts a stunning skyline. Bang in the middle of Manhattan, Central Park is located to the North, while the Empire State Building, the Freedom Tower and the Statue of Liberty are to the South. Boats and rivers can be seen along the Hudson and East rivers, while helicopters buzz soundlessly below.
432 Park Avenue is one of the latest of several super-luxury towers on 57th street and is often dubbed as Billionaire’s Row, attracting interest from wealthy property buyers from all over the world.