Towering above Central Park and other skyscrapers in and around midtown, 432 Park Avenue is truly a sight to behold. The cloud piercing luxury tower isn't only one of Gotham's tallest, but currently holds the title of the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere. The structure's impressive height isn't its only claim to fame. The tower boasts a suite of incredibly lovely amenities that cover three floors within the 96-story tower.
According to Curbed New York, 432 Park Avenue's cushy features are truly worthy of its price tag. The building features "an exclusive multifaceted dining and hospitality concept" helmed by Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt, which translates to a private restaurant open exclusively to residents of the tower and any of their lucky guest. Also featured are "dramatic installations by bespoke architectural lighting firm Lasvit, including a pair of 22-foot tall cascading chandeliers each with 55,700 pieces of handset crystal."
For health conscious residents, 432 Park also features a sprawling fitness center and an expansive yoga room designed by fitness guru Jay Wright and architect Rafael Viñoly. In order to get residents in peak physical shape, Wright, founder, and CEO of The Wright Fit, has assembled a team of fitness experts with hospitality backgrounds to give residents a high-quality health experience.
For those looking for some fun, the building features a billiards room and a large library curated by world-renowned publisher Assouline. Elsewhere, a comfy 18-seat screening room boasts top-of-the-line projection equipment and a 220-inch screen, delivering a true cinematic experience in residence. Also present among the amenities is an executive boardroom and a 75-foot, two-lane indoor swimming pool and separate Jacuzzi. A labyrinth of spas, saunas, and massage-therapy rooms sit nearby. Managed by The Wright Fit, the massage rooms offer Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, pre/postnatal, shiatsu, and Thai techniques.
The building and its many amenity spaces were designed by Rafael Viñoly, who infamously based the concept for the property off a pricey trash can. Its various enclaves are built with the finest building materials, including mahogany, hand-blown glass, marble, and travertine.
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