An $82 million penthouse apartment in NYC's tallest residential building offers 360-degree views of Central Park and the city - but nobody wants to buy it
- An $82 million penthouse in New York City's tallest residential building has been on the market for two years.
- The luxury 95th-floor apartment, with its 10 x 10 foot windows, offers 360-degree views of Central Park and the city.
- Building amenities include valet parking, a private screening room with a state-of-the-art sound system, a massage room, and a 75-foot swimming pool.
A lavish $82 million penthouse in New York City's tallest residential building includes stunning 360-degree views of Central Park and the city, plus luxurious amenities such as a massage room and a 75-foot swimming pool - but nobody is buying it.The 95th-floor apartment at 432 Park Avenue, a skyscraper that stands at 1,396 feet, has been on the market for at least two years, according to Curbed.
And although the 8,225-square-foot apartment is called a penthouse, it's not even on the top floor. That would be the 96th-floor unit, which was sold to Saudi Arabian billionaire Fawaz Al Hokair for $87.7 million in 2016. Floors 91 through 96 are referred to as penthouses at 432 Park because they have different layouts than the rest of the building and some are full floors, a spokesperson for the building told Business Insider.
Business Insider obtained photos of the penthouse on the 92nd floor (since sold), which has an identical layout to the 95th floor, to offer a peek inside the luxurious penthouse apartments. The listing is held by Douglas Elliman.
Although 432 Park Avenue currently holds the title of tallest residential building in the city, it will soon be outstripped by Central Park Tower, which will stand at 1,550 feet tall when completed.
Here's a look at the 95th-floor penthouse.