A penthouse on the 79th floor of 432 Park Avenue is listed for $135 million. 432 Park Avenue is 96 stories and was designed by Rafael Viñoly and built in 2015. The 8,055 sqft full floor residence has expansive views of Central Park, the Hudson River and the Atlantic Ocean with 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 2 powder rooms and two private elevator landings . The interiors are designed by architect Hiroshi Sugimoto with custom finishes. 432 Park Avenue has 30,000 square feet of amenity space, including a 75-foot indoor swimming pool and a fitness center, a private restaurant overseen by Michelin-starred chef Sean Hergatt, a library, and a yoga studio. There are also concierge services, in-suite dining, an onsite parking garage, and valet services. [Mansion Global]
The residence #79 was purchased in 2016 for $59.1 million. Recent sales at 432 Park Avenue include: in August, a 2,630 sqft unit on the 80th floor sold for $19.1 million, or $7,262 per sqft. In January, a full floor unit on the 34th floor was sold by the developers CIM Group and Macklowe Properties for just under $19.8 million, or $2,448 per sqft. [The Real Deal]
A loft penthouse duplex at 140 Franklin Street with over 5,000 sqft of interior space and a 2,200 sqft landscaped terrace sold for $14.5 million. The 4 bedroom 3.5 bath residence was initially purchased for $10.75 million in 2018. The grand double height living room features a skylight, original cast iron columns and a wood burning fireplace. 140 Franklin Street was built in 1887 in the Romanesque Revival style and converted to a boutique full service condominium in 2000. [NY Post]
The 4,000 sqft penthouse on the 45th floor of 200 Amsterdam listed for $19.3 million is in contract. The 3 bed 3.5 bath residence includes floor to ceiling windows with views of Central Park, the Hudson River and the George Washington Bridge. A 116 ft terrace spans the entire east side of the apartment overlooking Central Park. [Mansion Global]
200 Amsterdam is a 52 story tower on the Upper West Side, near Lincoln Center, with 3 floors of amenities including a fitness center and spa, 75 ft saltwater pool, and private club.
“In Manhattan, penthouse contracts signed from Jan. 1 to May 31 of this year were the most on record since 2007,” the inception of the research data, reports Mansion Global . “A total of 222 penthouses went into contract in the first five months of the year, a 35% increase from the same period in 2019…
One of the highest-priced penthouse contracts so far this year is Penthouse 88A at 15 Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s far West Side, which went into contract asking $29.5 million earlier this month.
Other notable penthouse transactions include a pair at the Four Seasons Private Residences at 30 Park Place in Tribeca, one went into contract in April and closed on May 26 for $18.5 million, and the other found a buyer with an asking price of $25 million on April 28.
Also, a pair of penthouses at Lantern House in Chelsea, designed by Thomas Heatherwick, priced at $18.947 million and $16.975 million, went into contract in February and June, respectively.
Currently, the most expensive penthouse available for sale in Manhattan is the pinnacle penthouse at The Woolworth Tower Residences, listed for $79 million in March.”