The flurry of activity at supertall 432 Park Avenue in Manhattan continues with one of the building’s highest units selling for $32.4 million.
Half-floor penthouse 94B—a nearly 4,000-square-foot condo with a birds-eye view of New York City—has closed for $8 million less than the $40.5 million developer Macklowe originally wanted for the home, according to a deed recorded with the city on Monday.
The buyer, like most in the building, shielded his or her identity behind a corporation, aptly called Soarhigh Global, Ltd., records show.
The mystery buyer bought one of the highest units in the 96-story tower, currently the tallest residential building in the world.
The unit benefits from architect Rafael Vinoly’s iconic 10-foot square windows, which provide panoramic views of the of the southern half of Manhattan plus eastern and western exposures, according to the listing.
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The home has a library, wood-burning fireplace in the grand living room/dining room and 12.5-foot ceilings.
The eat-in kitchen floors and counters are covered in marble, the posh material du jour, as are the bathrooms—where you can soak in the tub and take in the breathtaking views.
A lawyer for the buyer declined to comment.
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