How much is living near the top of New York City’s tallest residential tower worth?
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.
Source: FS – NYC Real Estate
Sky-high 432 Park Avenue penthouse sells for well under asking price