Get a first look at the supertall tower’s spa, screening room, and other amenities
Despite the fact that 432 Park Avenue, the supertall tower with super-wealthy clientele, started welcoming tenants earlier this year, there have been few looks inside the building thus far. (With the exception of listings photos, as some of those residents turned their trophy apartments into luxury rentals.) But no more: a new batch of photos shows off the condo tower’s amenity spaces, which cover three floors within the nearly 1,400-foot-tall, 96-story tower.
They’re as luxurious as you’d expect from a building offering some of the city’s priciest real estate, and per a press release, include the following: "an exclusive multifaceted dining and hospitality concept" helmed by Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt (i.e., a private restaurant open only to residents and their guests); "dramatic installations by bespoke architectural lighting firm Lasvit, including a pair of 22-foot tall cascading chandeliers each with 55,700 pieces of handset crystal"; a fitness center, and a "a yoga studio, billiards room with library curated by publisher Assouline, 18-seat screening room with projection equipment and 220-inch screen, and an executive boardroom"; and "a 75-foot two-lane indoor swimming pool and separate Jacuzzi." Phew.
All photos by DBOX
Like the building itself, the amenity spaces are designed by Rafael Viñoly, who famously based his concept for the tower off of a high-end trash can. Continuing the whole ultra-luxury theme, the amenities are outfitted in materials like mahogany, travertine, hand-blown glass, and marble; furniture in some of the spaces was provided by Knoll. So yeah, "fancy" doesn’t even begin to describe these amenities.
There’s also a new 432 Park website, offering pretty detailed information on the property as well as photos that show off the unparalleled view from the tower. (Not that it has much competition in the height department … for now, anyway.)
- All 432 Park Avenue coverage [Curbed]