A pair of units at ultra-luxe 432 Park Avenue have sold for a combined $62 million to a mystery buyer, reports The Real Deal.
According to TRD, the enigmatic Blessings Investments paid $18.6 million for apartment 82A and $43.3 million for 82B, a four-bedroom condo so exclusive it wasn’t publicly marketed. The smaller unit, 82A, boasts marble bathrooms, natural oak cabinetry, sweeping Central Park views, and a private elevator, per the listing. (There aren’t actually any pictures, but images from the model unit released earlier this month suggest the place is extremely fancy, in a tastefully bland sort of way.)
Who is behind Blessings Investments? Nobody knows (yet), but TRD notes that the LLC hasn’t purchased any other properties in the city. Whoever they are, though, they can look forward to an embarrassment of amenities: the building offers a private restaurant, yoga studio, billiards room, screening room, and an executive boardroom. That there is also a pool with a separate Jacuzzi goes without saying.
It’s been exciting times for the tallest residential building in New York. Last week, the tower’s penthouse closed, with Saudi Arabian retail mogul Fawaz Al Hokair picking it up for a staggering $87.7 million—the highest recorded sale in the tower, and the biggest sale of the year so far.