At the top of the 96-floor of 432 Park Avenue, the Penthouse is one-of-a-kind in and out of this world. The sale of this custom-designed home, with its designer furnishings from Fendi, Bentley, Vuitton, and Hermès, encompasses all the furniture, including the custom-built piano, and every piece of the thoughtfully curated art that lines its expansive hallways and elegant rooms.
A private elevator opens to the 8,255 square feet of interior space. The 240 linear feet of glass panels provide panoramic views over Manhattan through 24 10-foot by 10-foot windows, and the 12.5-foot ceilings stretch even closer to the clouds and beyond. The 93-foot-long great room (for formal dining, relaxing by the wood-burning fireplace, and entertaining) is east-facing. The kitchen, which looks out on Central Park, contains a large island and dining area, a north-facing breakfast bar, a butler’s pantry with a utility sink, and elite appliances from Miele.
Its six bedrooms (each with penthouse-worthy closet space), seven full en-suite bathrooms, library, and two powder rooms (adjoining the main living and dining spaces) also feature exquisite fixtures and finishes. The primary bedroom suite has Central Park views, a sitting room, and two walk-through dressing rooms that each lead to their own bathroom with marble walls, radiant-heated floors, custom wood cabinets, and floating tubs with exhilarating views of their own.
- Sky mansion with 8,255 sq. ft. interior space
- Floor 96 of 96
- All furniture and art will be included in the sale
- Designer furniture from Fendi, Bentley, and Hermes
- 93-foot-long living and dining great-room
- 24 10 ft. × 10 ft. windows, and soaring 12.5 ft ceilings.
- 6 bedrooms plus a library, 7 full bathrooms, 2 powder rooms
- A private elevator landing opens into a sweeping east-facing great room with a wood-burning fireplace and a formal dining area
- The kitchen includes a suite of high-end appliances from Miele
Rafael Vinoly accomplishes something truly unique with 432 Park Avenue. On the one hand, he has built the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. It is, undeniably, a superlative in terms of height and in terms of architectural engineering. At the same time, the design is understated, elegant. It’s not showy or in your face. The grid-like facade, which mirrors the grid of New York City, is interrupted at intervals by slightly darker horizontal bands. Otherwise, its slimness makes it almost stealth. Almost, but not quite.
Interiors by Deborah Berke are just as extraordinary. At first glance, they check all the boxes that other luxury condominiums check: tall ceilings, oversized windows, top-of-the-line-appliances. But the ceilings here are 12 ½ feet tall. Those windows? They measure 10 feet by 10 feet. And the appliances by Miele include wine coolers, double dishwashers, and built-in espresso makers. From the proportions to the materials to the technology, the residences at 432 Park Avenue are a step above.
A library curated by Assouline. Health and fitness amenities designed by The Wright Fit. A restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt. 432 Park Avenue doesn’t do anything by half-measures, and its suite of amenities is no exception. Everything, from the layout of the double-height gym to the hand-picked concierge team, was designed with the intention of creating the best possible experience for residents.
Tal and Oren Alexander
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
The Alexander Team is a white-glove client service, ingenious marketing strategies, scrupulous business practices and record-breaking sales deals which makes the Alexander Team one of the top-producing and most recognized real estate names in New York and the U.S. today.