432 Park Ave

Here in New York City, everyone is talking about new construction, but 432 Park takes the lead on conversation. Harry Macklowe wanted to create the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere, and in that process, had to innovate by creating a new type of concrete so that the building would appear uniformly white and column free.
The units start at 2,633sq ft in size, and go up to 8,255sq ft, with 30,000sq ft of amenities, and prices starting at $22 Million dollars, or, $7,908 per square foot, it surely is giving One 57 a run for it’s money on being the most expensive piece of property to own in the city.
It also should be no surprise that many of the buyers are foreign investors… We have a joke here in the real estate world that on a cloudy day the building will disappear because no one will actually be living there. Quite frankly, I think it’s one of the most accurate statements about the building.

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