432 Park Reveals Renderings of Rafael Viñoly-Designed Amenity Spaces
To date, 46 of the 106 residences at 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere, have sold. And perhaps in an attempt to sweaten the deal for those remaining, which now includes rentals, the sales team has released renderings of the swanky amenity spaces, also designed by the building’s starchitect Rafael Viñoly. In addition to views of the indoor swimming pool, billiards room and library, fitness center, massage treatment room, and movie theater, the press release brings fresh details on the restaurant, which will be open only to residents and their guests.
The amenities take up 30,000 square feet across three, double-height floors of the 96-story building.
The 12th floor restaurant, helmed by Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt (recently of Juni and SHO) and restaurateur Scott Sozmen (formerly of Colicchio & Sons, Per Se and Jean-Georges), will also include a 5,000-square-foot terrace overlooking 57th Street. The space is designed by Bentel & Bentel, who will incorporate “a pair of 22-foot tall cascading chandeliers each with 55,700 pieces of handset crystal, and an elaborate installation of 339 hand-blown glass globes suspended from polished stainless steel rods.” Knoll furnishings will have a mid-century modern vibe.
On the 14th floor will be the fitness center, a yoga studio, billiards room with library, an 18-seat screening room, and a 14-seat boardroom with mahogany panelling.
The 75-foot, two-lane indoor pool is on the 16th floor, surrounded by travertine walls. The locker rooms here also boast steam rooms, saunas, and treatment rooms for spa services.
Occupancy at 432 Park began earlier this year. To see all current sale and rental listings, visit CityRealty.com.
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