The view/ Too tall. Too rich. Too Manhattan.

After three years of construction, the latest beacon of what is the playground of the rich by the name of Manhattan, is finally complete and Empire State Building is feeling small. One can only dream what it’s like to wake up in a bed made of little, fluffy clouds at 425 m. in the air but this concrete megalith is this exact dream that came true. “It’s almost like the Mona Lisa,” Harry B. Macklowe, the developer building the $1.3 billion tower, said at a topping-out ceremony on Friday the 10th of October, when the 104-unit condominium tower, between 56th and 57th Streets, reached its peak. At 96 stories, 432 Park Avenue is arguably the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. “Except instead of it looking at you, you’re looking at it wherever you are. You can’t escape it.” From Central Park and Park Avenue through George Washington Bridge to MetLife Stadium the breathtaking views give this concrete megalith its impressive charisma. Whoever said money can’t buy happiness obviously has never been inside an apartment above the ciity that never sleeps. With more than half of the 104 condos sold, including the $95 million penthouse and the cheapest units starting at $7 million, 432 Park proves designed by Rafael Vinoly that NYC skyline is a monument art for sale. Breathtaking luxury is redefined.

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