See Day and Night Views From 1,400 Feet in the Air at 432 Park!

Posted On Thu, July 21, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, July 21, 2016 By In Midtown East, Starchitecture

Earlier today, 6sqft brought you flashy new renderings of the amenity spaces at 432 Park Avenue. The reveal came with a link to the official building website, which has a section offering jaw-dropping photos that showcase the views from the 1,396-foot tower, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. As the site notes, they span from the Hudson River to the East River, from Westchester to Brooklyn, and from Central Park to the Atlantic Ocean.

432 Park Avenue, views from 432 Park, tallest residential building, NYC starchitecture
Looking north

In addition to all five boroughs, 432 Park will offer views of New York state, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

432 Park Avenue, views from 432 Park, tallest residential building, NYC starchitectureLooking west

As 6sqft previously reported, 432 Park can be seen from 47 miles away at sea level, “roughly the distance from the tower to Beacon, NY, Bridgeport, Connecticut, or Trenton, New Jersey.”

432 Park Avenue, views from 432 Park, tallest residential building, NYC starchitecture

432 Park Avenue, views from 432 Park, tallest residential building, NYC starchitecture

432 Park Avenue, views from 432 Park, tallest residential building, NYC starchitecture
Looking south

Though technically One World Trade Center is taller than 432 Park at 1,776 feet, this includes its 408-foot-tall spire. Therefore, 432 Park’s roof is actually 29 feet higher, and its uppermost penthouse will look upon One WTC’s observation deck. And this penthouse will sit at 1,302 feet above street level, making it the highest apartment in the world.

432 Park Avenue, views from 432 Park, tallest residential building, NYC starchitecture

432 Park Avenue, views from 432 Park, tallest residential building, NYC starchitecture
Looking east

Thirteen major bridges can be seen from the top floors of the tower: George Washington Bridge, TriBoro (RFK) Bridge, Queensboro (Ed Koch) Bridge, Whitestone Bridge, Throggs Neck Bridge, Williamsburg Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge, Verrazano Bridge, Hell’s Gate Bridge, Bayonne Bridge, Pulaski Skyway, and Tappan Zee Bridge.

There’s also the fun video below, which gives a great idea of how light changes from day to night.

Occupancy at 432 Park began earlier this year. To see all current sale and rental listings, visit CityRealty.com.

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All renderings courtesy of DBOX

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