432 Park Avenue is situated between 56th and 57th streets on Park Avenue. It is recognized to be the tallest residential tower present in the Western Hemisphere. Rafael Vonoly was the designer of the building. It is a 96 story building which has risen up to 1,396 feet. It has earned a high reputation for redefining the Manhattan skyline. The windows have the measurement of 10*10 feet. They have earned a high reputation for the flooding residences along with ample amount of natural light. Residents can find spectacular views of Atlantic Ocean, East and Hudson Rivers, Central Park, and several iconic avenues and buildings of Manhattan.
The interior of the homes, designed by Deborah Berke, the popular architect offer ultimate satisfaction and elegance. The homes are known for featuring service entrances, private elevator landings, finished ceilings, large bedroom along with two bathrooms, dressing rooms. The interior finish is inclusive of custom hardware, solid oak flooring, and natural materials of premium quality. The windowed kitchen is known for featuring natural oak cabinetry and white lacquer, Dornbracht fixtures, Miele stainless steel appliances, marble countertops as well as floors, the windowed breakfast bars which overlook the skyline of Manhattan.
The Master bedroom suites are known to be generous in proportion and is inclusive of two bathrooms that are fitted in the book-matched slabs of Italian statuary marble along with the cubic marble vanities with the oval sinks of 22 inch, freestanding soaking tubs, Staff suites, radiant heated floors, storage units, wine cellars that are climate controlled.
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