After dropping a staggering $91.1 million, a buyer from China now owns three penthhouse apartments at 432 Park Avenue, the most expensive closing to date. Picking up units 92, 92B and 93B, the buyer, 432 Park Joy LLC, gets 11,906 square feet spanning two floors (h/t TRD). As 6sqft learned earlier this month, the combined units originally hit the market for roughly $120 million. Prior to this deal, the largest closing at the supertall was a penthouse that was asking $95 million but closed last year for $87.7 million. But it’s still One57 that holds the record for the city’s priciest residential deal, a penthouse that sold for $100.4 million in 2014.
The $91 million deal includes two half-floor units on the 92nd floor and a third half-floor apartment on the 93rd. One of the condos was designed by Kelly Behun and boasts huge 10-foot windows, hand-painted wall coverings, a custom Venetian plaster installation around the fireplace wall, and many pieces of artwork. All three apartments feature a library and a wood-burning fireplace. The master bedrooms will include walk-in closets, master baths with marble floors and freestanding soaking tubs.
[Via The Real Deal]
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All photos courtesy of DBOX for Macklowe Properties and CIM Group
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