New York’s tallest condo building has some pretty out-of-this-world perks

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New York City’s 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere, is raising the stakes when it comes to high-class amenities.

Three floors of the narrow building’s 96 are reserved exclusively for entertaining, dining, and exercise. On the 12th floor, a private restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt will open in the fall. Travel up to the 14th, and you’ll find yourself in the massive fitness center.

Of course, using these amenities comes at a steep price, but if you’ve got the funds to afford an apartment at 432 Park Avenue, you probably expect luxury in all aspects of your daily life.


Dive into the 75-foot two-lane indoor pool on the 16th floor. You’ll find a separate Jacuzzi located nearby, surrounded by travertine walls and flooring.

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After your swim, unwind in one of the treatment rooms for massage and spa services. A steam room and sauna are conveniently located in the men’s and women’s locker rooms.

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Jay Wright of The Wright Fit manages the expansive 14th-floor fitness center. Take advantage of select fitness programs and the separate yoga studio.

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Unwind in the billiards room with a library curated by the publisher Assouline.

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Host the ultimate meeting in the executive boardroom, which comes complete with a custom marble conference table, mahogany paneling, and state-of-the-art teleconferencing equipment.

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Bring along 17 of your closest friends to watch the latest film on the 220-inch screen in the private screening room.

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Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt and restaurateur Scott Sozmen are opening an exclusive restaurant spanning the entire 12th floor. The restaurant will also offer a world-class wine program as well as room service and in-home catering to residents.

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While you’re enjoying all of the luxury amenities, make sure to look outside. After all, you arguably have the best view of Manhattan.

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