Highest Penthouse in the Western Hemisphere
November 30th 2014
Three years after construction began at 432 Park Avenue, the tower has reached its full height of 1,396 feet, making it the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere and home to the highest rooftop in all of New York City. Designed by famed architect Rafael Viñoly, 432 Park Avenue is sleek, refined and exceptionally luxurious, featuring stunning luxury condos that include 10-by-10-foot windows, heated floors, private elevator landings and unparalleled, awe-inspiring views of the Big Apple and beyond. Along with the luxurious accommodations inside the condos, the private amenities available to residents outside their condos are equally extravagant, featuring massage and spa rooms, a 75-foot pool, a gym, a private restaurant, and the option of a climate-controlled wine cellar. The fervor and excitement surrounding 432 Park Avenue has been crescendoing for years, and now with the tower reaching its complete height, 432 Park Avenue has asserted itself into the New York City skyline as the new pinnacle—and height—of luxury.
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Highest Penthouse in the Western Hemisphere
November 30th 2014
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Three years after construction began at 432 Park Avenue, the tower has reached its full height of 1,396 feet, making it the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere and home to the highest rooftop in all of New York City. Designed by famed architect Rafael Viñoly, 432 Park Avenue is sleek, refined and exceptionally luxurious, featuring stunning luxury condos that include 10-by-10-foot windows, heated floors, private elevator landings and unparalleled, awe-inspiring views of the Big Apple and beyond. Along with the luxurious accommodations inside the condos, the private amenities available to residents outside their condos are equally extravagant, featuring massage and spa rooms, a 75-foot pool, a gym, a private restaurant, and the option of a climate-controlled wine cellar. The fervor and excitement surrounding 432 Park Avenue has been crescendoing for years, and now with the tower reaching its complete height, 432 Park Avenue has asserted itself into the New York City skyline as the new pinnacle—and height—of luxury.
Highest Penthouse in the Western Hemisphere
November 30th 2014
Three years after construction began at 432 Park Avenue, the tower has reached its full height of 1,396 feet, making it the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere and home to the highest rooftop in all of New York City. Designed by famed architect Rafael Viñoly, 432 Park Avenue is sleek, refined and exceptionally luxurious, featuring stunning luxury condos that include 10-by-10-foot windows, heated floors, private elevator landings and unparalleled, awe-inspiring views of the Big Apple and beyond. Along with the luxurious accommodations inside the condos, the private amenities available to residents outside their condos are equally extravagant, featuring massage and spa rooms, a 75-foot pool, a gym, a private restaurant, and the option of a climate-controlled wine cellar. The fervor and excitement surrounding 432 Park Avenue has been crescendoing for years, and now with the tower reaching its complete height, 432 Park Avenue has asserted itself into the New York City skyline as the new pinnacle—and height—of luxury.
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