Last-minute holiday real estate shoppers might be interested to know that another unit at the 96-story 432 Park in Manhattan is now available for $45 million.
The four-bedroom apartment on the 77th floor hit the market on Wednesday, and is the most expensive home for resale in the building, according to records on StreetEasy.
The mystery owner bought the unit from developers CIM Group and Macklowe Properties only last year for $39.26 million through a shell company called Residencia LLC. The high-flyer is now looking to bank more than $5 million on the empty unit.
The property has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 12.5-foot ceilings and top- of-the-line appliances, according to the listing with Corcoran agent Carrie Chiang. The brokerage did not immediately return request for comment.
Ms. Chiang is marketing the home as an opportunity to combine it with unit 77A next door, a three-bedroom condo that is owned and listed separately for $23 million.
Despite tens of millions of dollars the buyers spent on the two 432 Park units, both are now unoccupied, according to the listing.
Open shipping records indicate that the owner at least partially furnished the home at one point. The owner had nearly two tons of furniture and furnishings imported from France, according to site Import Genius.
The needle-like tower overlooking Central Park in Midtown East has seen a flurry of activity in recent weeks. Earlier this month, a single buyer snagged three units in the building earlier this month, each selling for $40 million or more.
A lawyer for the owner did not immediately return request for comment.
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