As anyone who’s visited New York of late will attest, there’s no hiding 432 Park Avenue. The 96-floor tower can’t help but draw eyes as it soars 1396 feet over New York’s busy streets and almost all of its neighbours. But its interiors, on the other hand (designed by the newly appointed Dean of Yale’s School of Architecture Deborah Berke), those have been under wraps until now.
When the interior renders were released in 2014, they gave an indication as to what would be found within the apartments. They spoke with the dignified confidence of such an iconic address yet with a freshness fitting their airy heights. It seemed that 432 was destined to be a new kind of Park Avenue home with a nod to its past.
“There’s a history in New York City of the Park Avenue apartment,” Deborah acknowledges, “432 Park Avenue pays homage to that.”
A visit to the prestigious development confirmed that. A stunning show apartment has become one of the city’s most exclusive, must-see attractions for industry professionals and prospective buyers who excitedly ascend to the 38th floor via its private elevator.