432 Park owner with an iPhone lists apartment using DIY photos

All of the renderings released by the developer of 432 Park Avenue show apartments that are impeccably furnished and impossibly sleek.

Well one owner, it seems, has had enough of all that. After almost exactly a year of owning in the building, said owner, Valdom LLC, has decided to try something different and list his or her apartment themselves for nearly $20 million using images that look like they were taken with an iPhone 6. No, we don’t even think they sprung for the 7.

Valdom LLC seems to be controlled by someone named Biana Dudler in Edgewater, NJ, but we can’t find any more information about this person. She (we assume?) bought it for a little more than $16.3 million in February 2016 and according to the listing, she never lived in it (the blurry and empty photos of the space seem to confirm this).

While we’re a bit confused by the DIY quality of these listing photos, we do appreciate the unedited glimpse they give us into the world’s tallest garbage can. If nothing else, it makes the building seem a tiny bit less intimidating.

  • ralphpetrillo

    Great publicity for seller!

  • TomDUWS

    Better than a lot of photos from actual brokers. Maybe they’re not $20 million listings but often over 1,000,000!

  • MRVC.NYC

    Love it!

  • Andrew Porter

    My brother does photo shoots for real estate brokers, and after he does them spends a lot of time with Photoshop to correct the images. The bottom photo of the doorway here makes it look like like it’s 2 feet wide, which I seriously doubt.

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    • sj2014

      It looks like they might be 3’x10′ or 11′ doors, which are freakishly tall, which was not fully captured in the amazing photograph.

  • Christos Viskadourakis

    That feels really weird when you actually work on images for one of these apartments…Damn…