Less than a month after 432 Park Avenue recorded its first sale at $18,116,000, the first unit to close at the Billionaires’ Row blockbuster has appeared on the rental market for $60,000 a month (h/t Curbed). As 6sqft previously reported, “The unit is #35B, a massive 4,003-square-foot, three-bedroom pad with four-and-a-half baths, a private elevator landing, and 10-foot by 10-foot windows providing southern and western exposures with park views.” It was purchased via an LLC, 432 PARKVIEW, but now that it’s been re-listed as a rental, it’s also the first apartment whose interiors we get a peek at outside the generic, digitally-enhanced promotional images that accompany listings.
The residence has nearly-13-foot ceilings, a private elevator landing, and a 29-foot-by-29-foot corner living and dining room. In the kitchen are a center island, marble floors and countertops, white lacquer and natural oak cabinetry, Miele stainless steel appliances, and Dornbracht polished chrome fixtures–and lots of windows, of course.
The corner master suite includes not one, but two windowed master baths with lots of marble, radiant heated floors, and polished chrome bath fittings.
Given its eight-figure price tag, we’d imagine it would be hard to let the space sit empty without trying to monetize it; and we can’t wait to see who shows interest in the equally steep monthly outlay. What’s next for unit 35B–flip, Airbnb or superstar athlete tenant with entourage in tow?
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