Style sanctuary of space, class & panoramas-
Prestige city living takes a sophisticated turn in this stylish 432 Park Avenue residence featuring elegant interiors, flowing proportions and inspiring panoramas over the city and Central Park. Created to provide a unique sanctuary of classic appeal, it sets a high benchmark for deluxe inner city living with an impressive 4,003 sq ft area and full access to the building's premium resort services.
Set within the tallest residential tower in the western hemisphere, the home is accessed by a private elevator that opens onto an entry gallery. Inside there is a grand living area featuring a light filled open design with soaring 12 ft ceilings and large walls of glass that enhance natural light and the superb backdrop. North, south and west exposures capture the city from every angle and offer a dress circle seat to some of the best views in town. Three double sized bedroom suites each have their own bathroom and include a corner master with dual spa-like bathrooms, each with marble floors and walls, custom wood cabinetry, radiant heated floors and Dornbracht polished chrome bath fittings.
The chef's island kitchen is superbly appointed with Miele stainless steel appliances, marble countertops and natural oak cabinetry, and has its own butler's pantry and service entrance.
But that's not all ? residents of 432 Park Avenue have access to the building's six-star amenities including a private restaurant and outdoor terrace for dining and events. There is also a 75-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center with a spa that includes sauna, steam and massage rooms, a library/billiards room, screening room and boardroom. This full service building has a concierge and 24-hour doorman offering onsite parking garage and valet services.
Designed by Rafael Vinoly, this spectacular 96 story skyscraper is enhanced by its desirable Midtown location in the very heart of Manhattan. From here it is just a short distance to an array of great museums, galleries, shopping choices, restaurants and subway stations.