A sky-high Park Avenue penthouse, the most expensive property in all of Manhattan, was just listed for sale at $169M. Pocket change, right?
Located at 432 Park Avenue in Midtown Central, this 6 bed, 8 bath sky mansion is located at the world’s most celebrated ultra-luxury tower.
A collaboration between Rafael Vinoly and Deborah Berke, this elite condominium is one of the tallest residential towers in the world. The building comes with exclusive lifestyle amenities such as a private restaurant and lounge, a 75-ft indoor pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a yoga studio, sauna, steam and massage rooms, an outdoor terrace, a screening room, conference and billiards rooms, a library, and a children’s playroom.
Described as a “trophy unlike any other in the world,” this larger-than-life apartment is truly one of a kind.
This Park Ave penthouse has never been on the market before, which makes it all the more special.
Unprecedented in more ways than one, all furniture and art will be included in the sale.
The Apex penthouse is truly magnificent with 8,255 sq. ft. of pristine interior space. Unique features include a 93-foot-long living and dining great room, which is perfect for entertaining.
This immaculate condo also includes 240 linear feet of glass with panoramic views of Manhattan through 24 10 x 10 ft. windows, and soaring 12.5 ft ceilings.
This home has the perfect layout, with 6 bedrooms, a library, seven full bathrooms, two powder rooms, and a collection of high-end fixtures and finishes. The finishes include herringbone white oak floors, and designer furniture from coveted brands such as Fendi, Bentley, and Hermes.
A private elevator landing opens into an astonishing east-facing great room with a wood-burning fireplace and a formal dining area for every occasion.
The marble-floored eat-in kitchen has the most stunning views of Central Park and is equipped with countertops, backsplashes, white lacquer and natural oak cabinets, polished chrome fixtures from Dornbracht, a massive island, a north-facing breakfast bar, a butler’s pantry with a utility sink, and a site of high-end appliances from Miele. A pair of powder rooms conveniently serve the main living and dining areas.
The primary suite is a sanctuary corner retreat with breathtaking Central Park views, a private sitting room, and couples’ walk-through dressing rooms that lead to separate windowed bathrooms. The beautiful bathrooms feature slab marble walls, radiant heated floors, custom wood cabinets, floating tubs, and carved oval sinks. Each of the remaining five rooms has ample closet space and a full en-suite bathroom.
For $169M, this fantasy land can be all yours.
Photography by: Evan Joseph, Donna Dotan