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The towering 432 Park is an unmistakable addition to the New York City skyline.
At 1,396 feet tall, it's the tallest residential building in the world, and the second tallest building in the city -- right behind One World Trade Center (it would have nabbed the top spot if it wasn't for 1WTC's pesky spire.)
The trashcan-inspired skyscraper holds no end of multi-million-dollar spreads and will house no end of rich people. Compared to the building's most expensive listing -- the $82 million, full-floor spread that hit the market in October -- this pad is a steal at just $17.4 million. It comes with three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, high ceilings, and, of course, those huge, square windows. According to StreetEasy, the pad sold in March 2016 for $17.4 million, but we can't find any records supporting that fact.
As if the building wasn't eye-catching enough, it recently debuted its new lighting feature which will see its five open-air “drum floors” that house the building’s mechanical equipment, lit up with LED lights every night starting at sunset.
Richard J Steinberg, Sabrina Saltiel, J. Roger Erickson and Shari Scharfer-Rollins of Douglas Elliman have the listing.
|Price Per ft²||$4,867|