Do you have $169 million? If so, a 96th floor penthouse in a nearly 1,400ft. skyscraper in Manhattan could be yours.
The lavishly decorated Midtown unit will hit the market for the first time in five years — and publicly for the first time.
The penthouse, spanning over 8,000 square feet, offers panoramic views of New York City and features accessories from Louis Vuitton, Hermes, and Bentley, all of which will be sold with the condo, along with artwork in the unit.
The seller, Saudi real estate mogul Fawaz Al Hokair, bought the penthouse in 2016 for $88 million.
If Al Hokair manages to sell the penthouse for nearly double what he paid, it would be one of the most expensive properties ever sold in the US, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The penthouse, located on the 96th floor on Park Ave. 432, offers a panoramic view of Central Park (left)
The building, designed by Rafael Vinoly and developed by Macklowe Properties and the CIM Group, was constructed in 2015 after criticisms that it did not fit in with the iconic New York City skyline.
The penthouse is equipped with various accessories, including a wood-burning fireplace
The penthouse, with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, is offered for $169 million m
Fawaz Al Hokair is a Saudi real estate mogul with the Alhokair Group. The organization owns 92 entertainment centers and 35 hotels across Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
The apartment has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. A chandelier hangs above a custom onyx dining table that seats 12, and a sculptural grand piano sits by the living room window, overlooking Central Park.
It also includes its own private library with a wood-burning fireplace, according to Business Insider, as well as a sitting room and separate dressing rooms attached to the master bedroom.
The master bathroom, meanwhile, features marble floors and walls, cubic marble vanities with 22-inch oval sinks and custom wood cabinets, and a large freestanding soaking tub where residents can soak in a soak while enjoying a view of the water that dominates the city. surrounds .
The bathroom floors are heated as an extra luxury, according to Business Insider, and the apartment is dotted with accessories from luxury companies, such as Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Bentley.
And, as with any million dollar home, the kitchen is fully stocked with modern appliances.
The Park Avenue building was designed by Rafael Vinoly and developed by Macklowe Properties and the CIM Group. It was completed in 2015, under criticism from some New Yorkers who thought it looked out of place along the New York City skyline, with some saying it looked like a middle finger. The New York Times.
The blueprints demonstrate the layout for the top penthouses at 432 Park Ave.
A large free-standing bath is located in the center of the master bathroom in a similar penthouse condominium
The living room is 30 meters long and offers a 360-degree view of Manhattan
It also features 240 linear feet of glass. The furniture and art are included in the sale of the penthouse
The dining area behind the living room connects to the kitchen and another dining room dining
Some rooms have multiple windows and offer different views of New York City
Window seats provide great views of Central Park
At night the city lights up
The penthouse includes accessories from Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Bentley
Residents of the building also have access to a private restaurant run by a Michelin-starred chef
The building features a full-time concierge, 24-hour doorman, valet parking and a private, covered entrance where vehicles can be dropped off discreetly.
The building also has its own fitness center complete with a 25-metre pool, sauna and steam room.
In addition, the building offers residents use of the massage room, billiard room, private movie room and meeting room with 14 leather chairs around a marble table.
Residents can eat in the building’s private restaurant run by executive chef Shaun Hergatt, who previously ran the Michelin-starred restaurant Juni.
Tenants included singer Jennifer Lopez and former Major League Baseball star Alex Rodriguez before splitting up this year, as well as many foreign buyers, such as Al Hokair, who were seeking some discretion in the Big Apple.
The penthouse offers several dining areas
In this cozy space, residents can eat while looking out over the city
Another bedroom boasts a view with three windows
A custom-made Blüthner piano comes with the penthouse
The facility also includes a 75-foot pool, sauna, steam room and fitness center
The building also offers a covered entrance where vehicles can be parked discreetly
But even the rich and famous face problems.
In February, the New York Times published an article detailing some of the problems in the luxury homes, with tenants complaining of millions of dollars in water damage from plumbing and mechanical problems, frequent elevator failures and walls “creaking like a ship’s galley.”
There were reportedly two leaks in the high-rise building in 2018, and a resident claimed to have been trapped in an elevator for nearly 90 minutes on October 31, 2019 due to high winds.
Other residents have complained of creaking, thumping and clicking noises and a ‘bomb-sounding chute’ being thrown away as trash.
CIM Group officials told the Times they were “working with the condo board,” which was run by developers until January, when residents were chosen to take over.
The developers also recently told The Wall Street Journal that all those concerns are being addressed.