Set to become the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere (1,396ft/425.5m) upon completion in 2015, 432 Park Avenue in New York City is one of most simplistic and yet utterly stylish pieces of architecture to hit Manhattan. Home to 104 residences, the market value ranges between $20m-$80m although some apartments are said to have already sold for more than $90m. Rendered by DBOX for CIM Group & Macklowe Properties, designer Deborah Berke’s interiors make the most of the spacious floor space with clusters of furniture gathered at each window intersection to make the most of the magnificent views. Residents also have access to a 75-foot indoor swimming pool, hosting lounge, private restaurant, outdoor dining terrace, spa and fitness center with sauna, steam room and massage rooms, library with reading area, screening room and performance venue, children’s playroom and 24-hour valet parking services, so you get your money’s worth from the rest of the building too.
If you’ve got that sort of money burning a whole in your pocket I can certainly think of worse investments than one of these glorious apartments. Inquiries can be made via the website: www.432parkavenue.com