432 Park Avenue by Rafael Vinoly

By : Dennis Franklin | 29 May 2013 10:50 am | Apartments, Skyscrapers

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

A new landmark for the Manhattan skyline is the 432 Park Avenue tower designed by the architectural practice of Rafael Vinoly to be the tallest residential building in the entire western hemisphere with a height of 1396 feet.

Officially launched in March 2013, the project already reached 1 billion dollars in its sales with residences prices between 7 and 95 million dollars. The tower has 96 floors glazed and concrete to provide a view toward the Hudson and east rivers through 10 by 10 feet apertures.

The apartments will have private elevator landings, eat-in kitchens and master suites along with plenty extra features spreading over 30 thousand square feet of amenities.

As you can see from the pictures the interiors have uninterrupted sight lines through the apertures and they use sophisticated materials in their design to provide a rich ambiance with a style that combines classical and modern trends to ensure elegance and comfort.

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

image © dbox for CIM group & macklowe properties

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