432 Park owner attempts to sell $20M apartment with iPhone photos
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432 Park owner attempts to sell $20M apartment with iPhone photos

February 14, 2017

If you’ve been as curious as we have to know what the inside of 432 Park looks like IRL, look no further than unit #52C, now for sale by owner. LLNYC spotted the listing today which boldly ditches professionally staged photos for somewhat sloppy phone snapshots of the interiors. As the mag points out, 432’s developers have been keen on putting the luxury tower’s best foot forward, revealing only sleek renderings or retouched images of impeccably outfitted model units to press and onlookers.

The home is currently owned by Valdom LLC and was purchased one year ago for $16.3 million. Despite the fact that other apartments in the Billionaires’ Row supertall have been selling at an average discount of 10 percent, the owner doesn’t seem to be moved by the city’s softening market and has listed the pad for $19.75 million.

In all, the unit measures 3,576 square feet and “has never been occupied,” says the listing. The usual 432 perks also abound, including 12’6″ ceilings, lots of marble, top of the line appliances, wood floors and 10′ x 10′ windows with sweeping Manhattan and water views. There are also impressive amenities like a 75-foot indoor swimming pool and a private restaurant to enjoy—each of which got their own iPhone snaps, too.

More pics below.



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