The tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere.  Credit Alex Wroblewski/The New York Times  

The tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. 
Credit Alex Wroblewski/The New York Times
 

Four more apartments have officially sold at 432 Park Avenue, the supertall luxury skyscraper in the heart of the city’s A in Midtown. They were the most expensive closed transactions of the week, according to property records. The priciest of these sponsor units — all bought by unidentified buyers, which is typical in such high-end deals — was No. 65A, at $27,042,203.90.

This 4,019-square-foot aerie, with three bedrooms, four and a half baths and a library, is 822 feet up the 96-story concrete-and-glass building between 56th and 57th Streets. Wendy Lichtenberg of Keller Williams NYC represented the buyer, 432 Holdings LLC. Two floors below, No. 63A, a near-identical apartment with the same number of rooms and square footage, sold for $18,851,772.89, according to city records. The buyer was 432 Park Avenue 63A LLC. The monthly carrying costs for each of these units was around $16,000.

A slightly larger residence around 20 floors down, No. 44A, sold for $21,990,658.26. The 4,430-square-foot apartment has four bedrooms, four and a half baths and a library. Monthly carrying charges total $17,622. The buyer’s identity was shielded by the limited liability company Triton Park Avenue.

Also closing was No. 58A, which has four bedrooms, four and a half baths and a library; it sold for $14,588,321.58. The monthly carrying costs for the 4,462-square-foot apartment are $17,748. The buyer was listed as 432 58AB LLC.

All 104 residences at 432 Park feature 12.6-foot ceilings, 10-by-10-foot windows and private elevator landings. Most also offer stunning park, river and city views. The building’s residents have access to around 30,000 square feet of private amenities that include a 75-foot swimming pool, an in-house restaurant, a screening room, a fitness center and a billiards room.

The 432 Park condominium is currently the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere, topping out at 1,396 feet. It was designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects and developed by Macklowe Properties and the CIM Group. Macklowe Properties Sales and Douglas Elliman Development Marketing are handling sales for the building. Big Ticket includes closed sales from the previous week, ending Wednesday.

Source: nytimes.com     Author: Vivian Marino
Photo: Alex Wroblewski/The New York Times
 

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