While this 82nd-floor penthouse at iconic 432 Park Avenue may cost $79,000,000, the views are simply priceless. This brand new full-floor penthouse underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation by NJ Caine Architects in which two residences were joined to offer over 8,000 sqft of space with beautiful views framed by 10′ x 10′ windows.
Located in New York City’s tallest residential tower 432 Park Avenue, at an elevation of over 1,000 feet above Midtown Manhattan, this mansion in the sky offers 360-degree views from the Hudson River to the Atlantic Ocean, Central Park, and spectacular vistas of the entire city. Even the bathtub boasts awe-inspiring views!
This incredible penthouse has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two powder rooms, a media room, and two offices perfect for remote work. Between the dramatic views, the privacy, and space, it truly is a perfect urban oasis in the sky.
A private elevator welcomes residents to the foyer and great room with over 1,000 sq ft of entertaining space and an abundance of natural light. The southern wing of this full-floor penthouse features an expansive chef’s kitchen with a separate pantry, custom millwork, an appliance package by Gaggenau and Miele, beautiful stone surfaces throughout, and window framed breakfast bar. Next to the kitchen is a staff office and laundry room.
The southeastern corner features a full guest suite with a freestanding deep soaking tub, marble surfaces, custom millwork, and radiant-heated floors.
The eastern wing has three bedrooms each with an en-suite bath and separate space for a fitness studio or library. An impressive lounge/media room occupies the entire northeastern corner with three large exposures framing views of Central Park and East River with a wet bar and custom millwork throughout.
The Primary bedroom features an office with built-ins with copper paneling, an expansive dressing room, a separate dressing gallery, walk-in closets, and two luxurious en-suite baths with beautiful stone and finishes. The corner bedroom area features direct views of Central Park and the skyline.