Everyone knows that New York is one of the world’s most beautiful, affluent and important cities, and it looks like that’s not about to change anytime soon. By 2015, those who are fortunate enough to have millions of dollars in their bank accounts will be able to take up residence within the fabulous 423 Park Avenue skyscraper. This massive building flaunts 96 stories, and it is the tallest residential building in New York City.
It measures 1,396 feet in height and includes a generous selection of 104 apartments, all featuring price tags that range between $17 and $95 million. The crown jewel is the penthouse found at the top floor, which boasts mind-bogglingly luxurious living conditions as well as breathtaking views of New York. It offers 8,255 square feet of living space and incorporates 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2 powder rooms, a dining room, a library, an eat-in kitchen, a wood-burning fireplace and an elevator.
The building was penned down by Rafael Viñoly Architects, while the apartments were designed by Deborah Berke. All units feature amenities such as solid oak flooring, 10 x 10 foot windows, Italian marble countertops and tall 12.5-foot ceilings.