Now that they’ve finally closed the sale of the highest apartment in New York City for $87.7 million, 432 Park developers CIM Group and Macklowe Properties can focus on selling the rest of the apartments in the building.
Today, they revealed the interiors of 432 Park’s newest penthouse — number 86 — which takes up half-a-floor of the 96-story building. The 4,028-square-foot residence was designed by Robert Couturier, who used a selection of contemporary and vintage furniture, and also assembled a rather impressive collection of artworks to display in the space. There are works by Hubert le Gall, Christopher Kutz, Michael Eastman and a “dramatic floor-to-ceiling installation” of Sol Lewitt’s Wall Drawing #678, which takes up the entire south wall of the living and dining room.
This particular penthouse has three bedrooms, four full bathrooms, a library, a private elevator foyer, a windowed eat-in kitchen, a soaking tub and a 1,200-pound solid cubic Bianco Sivec marble vanity.
The press release for the apartment makes a note that at 1,132-feet in the air, this penthouse towers “above all other condominiums in New York.” In case you’re wondering which condominium in particular they are talking about, one of the renderings shows very clearly the stunted tip of One57 peeking through the window of the bedroom. After all, at only 1,005 feet tall, it is almost 400 feet shorter than 432 Park — and on Billionaire’s Row, size certainly matters quite a bit.