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432 Park

Exterior rendering of 432 Park Avenue by dBox. Courtesy of Macklowe Properties.

With a flat rooftop that squares off at 1,396 feet, 432 Park Avenue, upon its completion in 2015, will become the tallest residential building in New York City and in the western hemisphere. At that height, it will be taller than the 1,368-foot roof of One World Trade Center, as well as of the original WTC Tower 1, which at that height was, from 1971-1973, the world's tallest building.

Model of 432 Park Avenue on loan from Macklowe Properties

View from a 432 Park Avenue window. Image Credit: dBox. Courtesy of Macklowe Properties.

Rendering of an interior in 432 Park Avenue. Courtesy of Macklowe Properties.

On Febuary 24th, 2014, architect Rafel Vi�oly discussed the design of 432 Park Avenue in the context of his high-rise work and design philosophy at a lecture presented by The Skyscraper Museum. Click here to watch the lecture.

Zoning diagrams for 432 Park Avenue

Context model of 432 Park Avenue courtesy of Macklowe Properties.

Floor plan of 432 Park Avenue courtesy of Macklowe Properties.


432 Park Avenue
Between 56th and 57th Streets
Developer: CIM Group and Macklowe Properties
Design Architect: Rafael Vinoly Architects PC
Architect of Record: SLCE
Structural Engineers: WSP Cantor Seinuk, Israel Berger and Associates --curtain wall consultant
MEP Engineers: WSP Flack + Kurtz
Height: 1396 ft.| 426.11 m. | 96 floors
G.F.A.: 74,322 m� / 799,995 ft�
Units: 104

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