Check Out The Tallest Residential Building That Looks Down At The Empire State Building

 

The tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere has now been built and people can move in as early as next year. This luxury 1,396 foot tower resides at 432 Park Avenue in Midtown, Manhattan. This 96-story  building will give it’s residents breathtaking views stretching from Central Park to the Atlantic Ocean and from Lower Manhattan, where the Freedom Tower is located… to Connecticut.

The luxury skyscraper, developed by Macklowe Properties and CIM Group and designed by Rafael Viñoly with a 104-unit tower could easily rest on its credentials alone. The building also favors design as highly as function. Sleek, slender, and a stunning accent to the city’s iconic skyline, 432 Park Avenue is a delicate balance between beauty and boldness, with an elegant design inspiring awe among the countless potential residents who are lining up to live inside the peerless luxury it provides.

Among the extras residents can purchase are climate-controlled wine cellars and staff apartments. It comes as no surprise that such a prestigious address isn’t cheap. One unit in this building starts at $16.95 million. Check out the pictures below.


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