Things are looking up for a record-breaking residential building.
432 Park Avenue officially marked its first sale at $18.116 million, according to city records filed Friday afternoon, 6sqft reported.
The blog described the unit, #35B, as “a massive 4,003-square-foot, three-bedroom pad with four-and-a-half baths, a private elevator landing, and 10-foot by10-foot windows providing southern and western exposures with park views.”
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6sqft also reports that the Manhattan building is nearing the end of construction and occupancy is expected by mid-year. More than 70 percent of its units are already in contract and that could mean even more “nine-digit closings over the next few weeks.”
The towering structure, located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th streets, stands at 1,396 feet. It’s not only the second tallest building in the city, but, according to its site, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.