The very first renderings of 432 Park Avenue’s interiors have been released, and the images are what you would expect for apartments that will run into the tens of millions–stunning. However controversial 432 Park’s exterior may be, the interior will be fit for billionaires.
In previous statements, one of the building’s best selling points has been said to be the huge windows it will feature, and that certainly appears to be the case. With each window measuring 10 by 10 feet and ceiling heights of 12.5 feet (per Buzz Buzz Home), condos will feel larger and even more spacious than they actually are. The enormous panes of glass will allow for stunning panoramic views of Manhattan and beyond–especially if you happen to live above the 1,000 foot mark.
The most stunning of the interior renderings are definitely the most unlikely: Depictions of the bathrooms! The view shown in the last two photos has to be from one of the highest units (or perhaps the topmost penthouse), as the vista is absolutely incredible. Regardless of the interior design (predictably minimalist), there couldn’t possibly be any competition for best bathroom in New York. At least, until 225 West 57th Street comes along.
Luckily the joke is partially on the obscenely rich person that ends up buying the penthouse: All of Manhattan will be able to see them shower. That’s obviously assuming the obscenely rich person doesn’t install some sort of automatic window dimmer, although the eventual owner will probably use the property so infrequently it won’t matter.
New Construction Manhattan has all the latest images of the tower, as well as pricing details for the various units. As expected in an ultra high-end building, the prices are insane: One bedrooms start at $4.95 million, escalating quickly to $18 million for a basic three-bedroom. The five-bedroom apartments start at a whopping $64.5 million. A shower with a view from 1,300 feet up is apparently quite expensive.
EDIT: Per a request from CIM, the interior renderings have been removed.
|432 Park Avenue: Image by DBOX|