It seems like yet another mega-apartment is on the horizon at 432 Park Avenue. Just a few weeks after selling three penthouse units for a combined $91 million— two penthouses on the 92nd floor and another on the 93rd floor, the Rafael Viñoly-designed supertall has managed to unload yet another set of über-pricey apartments.
This time around, it was two sponsor units on the building’s 93rd floor that sold to an anonymous buyer for a combined $60.1 million, reports The New York Times. Penthouse 91A, a three-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home spanning 3,952 square feet was asking $40.25 million while Penthouse 91B, also a three-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom but slightly larger in square footage was going for $39.75 million. The sale was the city’s most expensive closing in January.
If combined, the apartments would encompass an impressive 7,929 square feet of space. While it hardly rivals the combination unit that is speculatively in the works for the three penthouses purchased in December (that one stands to measure 12,000 square feet), it’s nothing to scoff at either.
Both of the 91st floor penthouses feature private elevator landings, libraries (though Penthouse 91B’s includes a wood-burning fireplace), custom eat-in kitchens, en-suite master bedrooms, and of course, stellar views of Manhattan.
The sale of these two apartments closed on January 5.
Here’s a look at the two floorplans: