The western hemisphere’s tallest residential building just set another record: After exceeding an eye-popping $2 billion dollars worth of recorded sales, 432 Park Avenue has made history as the New York’s best-selling building ever.
Here is a peep inside:
Designed by Uruguay-born architect Rafael Viñoly, the 1,396-foot (96-story) tower on New York’s Billionaire’s Row became arguably the most coveted address in the city (country? world?) by raking in billions with its exclusive residences, at least 48 of which cost over a $20 million each. It also comes with all kinds of outrageous perks including:
- a private restaurant lead by Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt
- a 75-foot indoor swimming pool
- a billiards room
- a boardroom
- a library
- a “screening room” (cinema?)
- a performance space
- a fitness center with yoga
- a 22-foot-high chandelier
- an on-site climate-controlled wine cellars
The building has attracted a number of mysterious buyers. Last year, a Chinese buyer shelled out $91.1 million for a trio of units in the buildings biggest deal yet, eclipsing the one made with Saudi retail magnate Fawaz Al Hokair, who nabbed a penthouse for $87.7 million.
The building features views of the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, Central Park, Lower Manhattan and Midtown Manhattan skylines, Hudson River, East River, and the Atlantic Ocean.