Three neighboring penthouses at the super-skinny skyscraper 432 Park Avenue, each roughly $40 million a pop, went into contract on Wednesday, according to records on StreetEasy.
Developers CIM Group and Macklowe Properties, as well as the marketing team for the building, would not comment on sales, so it’s unclear whether the same-day transactions on the 92nd and 93rd floors indicate a single buyer. If so, someone has just bought a nearly 12,000-square-foot mansion in the sky for around $120 million.
Luxury condos at the super-prime building can be combined and have been in the past, according to a building spokesman. For instance, a previous buyer merged two adjacent units on the 82nd floor for $62 million in September 2016.
The three penthouses that went into contract this week include two half-floor units on the 92nd floor and a third half-floor apartment on the floor above.
The apartments were part of a selection of penthouse inventory at the Rafael Viñoly-designed condominium that hit the market in February.
One of the condos served as model penthouse, which designer Kelly Behun decorated and furnished. Ms. Behun laid out the three-bedroom home around its massive 10-foot windows overlooking New York City. The turnkey apartment has hand-painted wall coverings, a custom Venetian plaster installation around on the fireplace wall and numerous artworks by known and emerging talent.
All three units have three bedrooms, a library and a wood-burning fireplace. The corner master bedrooms have walk-in closets, windowed master baths with marble floors and a freestanding soaking tub.
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