Three years after the überexpensive listings at 432 Park Avenue first hit the market, its developers have released photos of the development’s posh model unit, located on the 86th floor of Manhattan's tallest residential tower.
Despite the fact that 432 Park Avenue, the supertall tower with super-wealthy clientele, started welcoming tenants earlier this year, there have been few looks inside the building thus far. But now, we've got looks at its high-end amenities.
Condos in the now-iconic (and controversial) 432 Park Avenue have finally started closing, and as residents get closer to moving in, the building's developers have deemed it a good time to show off its forthcoming retail and office spaces.
This purchase follows on the heels of a $45 million, full-floor apartment purchased by Bennett LeBow, the chairman of the Vector Group, which is the parent company of Douglas Elliman. Lorber's apartment is a half floor unit.
As Manhattan real estate continues to break historic sales numbers, top brokers are anxious about a growing crisis in constructing housing for non-billionaires. There are plenty of "over-priced" luxury homes, but that’s not what is needed.