Take a breath…Enjoy this view first…
New York’s iconic skyline is about to get a new staggering 96-storey addition that is the epitome of urban luxury and high-class innovation. Located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th Street, 423 Avenue will be a new tallest residential building in the Western hemisphere and will feature every advantage of streamlined contemporary living.
Aside from being within a walking distance of the city’s best amenities and luxurious boutiques like Tiffany’s and Bergdorf Goodman, the new dwelling will offer one-of-a-kind views of Manhattan and beyond. A 25m swimming pool, spa, private dining and screening facilities, as well as 24-hour concierge and in-suite catering will complete the luxurious living experience of residents who are willing to spend anything from $16.95m to $95 million – the cost of the deluxe penthouse suits.
Designed by renowned architect Rafael Viñoly (whose creations include London’s signature Walkie-Talkie and the master plan for the Battersea Power Station) the tower will boast generous proportionate spaces with 10’x10’ windows for the grand experience of estate living.
All 104 luxury condominium complexes have private elevator landings, heated bathroom floors and an option to purchase a climate-controlled wine cellar for the modest price of $320,000. All apartments offer multiple exposures thanks to the large spaces and natural flooding light. Marble floors and walls, marble vanities with carved oval sinks, custom wood cabinets, spacious rooms and state-of-the-art kitchen appliances create a level of living excellence that is unprecedented even for New York.
The whole building emanates an ambiance of luxury with breathtakingly sensational views of New York City at a height, which no one has seen before. 12.5-foot ceilings, solid oak flooring and Italian marble countertops make this the ultimate urban dwelling for those that value the finer things in life.
The New York City landmark can be seen throughout all five boroughs and is an extraordinary accomplishment of architecture, design, engineering and craftsmanship.