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Take a Tour of an $80 Million New York City Penthouse Resting 1,396 Feet Above the City

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There's a reason it costs millions of dollars to live here.

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432 Park Avenue.

That’s the address of Manhattan’s tallest residential building, which will welcome its first residents next year.

Standing at 1,396 feet, the 104-room skyscraper offers jaw-dropping views of the city. Rooms feature 12.5 foot ceilings, 30,000 square feet of real estate and massive windows to take in the sights.

And, with some prices exceeding $80 million, the building is fully equipped with a host of amenities, including a gym, massage parlor and private restaurant.

Window

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Living Room

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Master Bedroom

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Typical Kitchen

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Breakfast Bar

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Dining Room

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Master Bath

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Hotel Lounge

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Hotel Restaurant

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Outdoor Terrace

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Gym

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Pool

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