An extraordinary creative collaboration has resulted in a new landmark for the world’s greatest city. Melding Palladian-proportioned rooms with the highest engineering technology, honest materials, and versatile planning, 432 Park Avenue has reinvented the classic Park Avenue residence for the 21st century. Prices ranging from $17,50 million to $82 million.
For the master baths at 432 Park Avenue, Deborah Berke celebrates the vistas stretching across the New York skyline to the Atlantic Ocean by placing freestanding soaking tubs within the tower’s signature 10-foot square windows. Marble surfaces, radiant-heated floors, and Dornbracht polished-chrome fittings complete the composition.
From morning coffee at the window-framed breakfast bar to seamless formal entertaining, 432 Park Avenue’s kitchens elevate daily life. Interior architect Deborah Berke has conceived a sunlight-flooded room whose expansive size and open configuration accommodate a family gathering or catering by the exclusive restaurant. Marble floors and countertops, white-lacquer and oak cabinetry, and Miele appliances infuse functionality with sumptuousness.