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Sunday 1/26 Edition: Hang Your Hat - 432 Park Soon-To-Be Tallest Residential Building

Soon-To-Be Tallest Residential Building’s Interior is Magnificent

At 1,396 feet, 432 Park will be the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere when it’s completed in 2015 — but it’s not just its size that’s impressive.

Designer Deborah Berke’s says her focus was to make the most of the apartments’ perch above the city. Double-height ceilings and beautiful oak flooring are highlights, while huge square windows provide an unparalleled view.

The building has two penthouses, one on the 96th floor that sold for $95 million and another on the 95th, currently priced at $85 million.

The building’s architect Rafael Viñoly made news back in September when his Walkie Talkie building wreaked havoc on London’s streets, emitting a reflection so hot it melted cars and literally fried eggs on the sidewalk. But if these renderings are any indication, this building should be more of a success.

From the outside, rows of six 100-square-foot windows give the building the square look of a waffle iron. 
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Inside, Berke’s design is just as geometric. The huge windows are in a straight line from the front door, making the most of the apartment’s perch above the city. 
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According to Berke, the oak herringbone floors are a take on Park Avenue’s more traditional apartment buildings.
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The kitchens will be outfitted with sleek marble countertops and stainless steel appliances. 
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But the kitchen’s best feature has to be this 10-foot-long marble breakfast bar framed against the window. Just imagine enjoying your morning coffee here, with all of Manhattan sprawled out below you. 
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The master suite’s floor plan was designed so that the bed would be perfectly aligned with the window, offering the best views possible first thing in the morning. 
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The master suite has separated his and hers bathrooms. Looking north from the marble-covered shower, you’ll get a peek of Central Park and the Upper East Side. 
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432 Park will dramatically change the skyline around Central Park once it’s completed in 2015. 

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