How much is living near the top of New York City’s tallest residential tower worth? According to city records, $32.4 million—that’s how much a buyer just paid for a 94th-floor penthouse at 432 Park Avenue, putting the place near the pinnacle of the Rafael Viñoly-designed supertall skyscraper. Only a full-floor penthouse on the 95th floor, currently listed for $82 million, sits above it.
This particular unit wasn’t on the market for very long; it first listed back in December, along with Penthouse A on the same floor, and went into contract at the beginning of this month. It did, however, close for a good chunk below what it was asking: It was listed for $40.5 million, and ended up selling for about $8 million less than that. The buyer, unsurprisingly, is shielded behind an anonymous LLC, listed as Soarhigh Global Ltd.
Penthouse A, meanwhile, is still on the market for $41 million.
Like other half-floor units within the skyscraper, this one has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and spans close to 4,000 square feet. It also has access to the building’s ridiculous amenities, including a fitness center, screening room, yoga studio, private dining room, and billiards room.