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What kind of Penthouse Does $95 Million Buy in New York City?

By • Oct 21, 2014 •  Selected Work 

432 Park Avenue is a 96-story spectacular skyscraper in New York City, USA, and since last week officially the tallest residential building in the Big Apple.

Designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects, the 1,396 foot tall (425m) condo tower offers 104 units, ranging from $17 million to a whopping $95 million for the top floor penthouse!

The units, designed by Deborah Berke, feature 12.5 foot ceilings, expansive 10 x 10 foot windows, solid oak flooring and Italian marble countertops.

432 Park Avenue is expected to welcome its first residents in 2015.

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Penthouse Floor Plan

Renderings courtesy of CIM Group & Macklowe Properties

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2 Comments to What kind of Penthouse Does $95 Million Buy in New York City?

  1. Dariyan says:

    for 95 million i could build my own house however i like it so yeah… no.

  2. Horea Nascu says:

    Quite bland for the money.
    What kind of people can pay ninety-five million dollars on a place in a block of flats?
    How do you make ninety-five million dollars? I can only think about taking from the poor and making them poorer. As in, the opposite of Robin Hood. There might be ways in that country.

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