INSIDE a $135,000,000 NYC Penthouse Apartment | NYC APARTMENT TOUR




Inside a $135,000,000 NYC Penthouse Apartment! Here is it a look touring one of the most expensive apartments not only in New York City but in the World – The 79th floor unit of the iconic 432 Park Ave building in New York City. This full floor unit is designed in a traditional Japanese style by world-renowned artist and architect Hiroshi Sugimoto! As a New Yorker its a real treat to share a look inside this iconic building. Let me know what kind of NYC Apartment tours or mansion tours you want to see in future episodes.

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Property Address: 432 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022
Specs: 5 Bedrooms, 5 Baths, 2 Half Baths
8,055 sq ft interior space / (748 sqm)
Listing Price: $135,000,000
Listing Agents: Noel Berk, Elizabeth Mercedes Berk

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Mercedes Berk Team’s Instagram: @mercedesberk

Architects of 432 Park Avenue:
Rafael Viñoly –
SLCE Architects –

Developed By:
CIM Group –

Architecture & Design for the Unit:
Hiroshi Sugimoto –
New Material Research Laboratory –
Tomoyuki Sakakida
YUN Architecture –
Susan Yun & Felix Ade

About 432 Park Avenue:
Located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets, 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. Designed by Rafael Vinoly, this extraordinary 96 story tower rises 1,396 feet and redefines the Manhattan skyline. All windows measure an expansive 10 feet by 10 feet, flooding residences with abundant natural light and spectacular views of Central Park, the Hudson and East Rivers, Atlantic Ocean, and many iconic Manhattan buildings and avenues.

The interiors of the residences, designed by celebrated architect Deborah Berke, epitomize elegance and sophistication. Residences feature 12’-6” finished ceilings, private elevator landings, service entrances, windowed eat-in kitchens, and large master bedroom suites with two bathrooms and adjoining dressing rooms. Interior finishes include solid oak flooring, custom hardware, and the highest quality natural materials. Windowed kitchens feature white lacquer and natural oak cabinetry, Miele stainless steel appliances, Dornbracht fixtures, marble countertops and floors, and windowed breakfast bars overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Generously proportioned Master Bedroom Suites include two bathrooms fitted in book-matched slabs of Italian statuario marble with freestanding soaking tubs, cubic marble vanities with 22” oval sinks, and radiant heated floors. Staff suites, office suites, climate-controlled wine cellars and storage units are also available for purchase.

Timestamps:
0:00 – Intro
1:09 – Entry / Tea Room
4:14 – Grand Salon
7:51 – Gourmet Kitchen
9:51 – Gallery Hallway / Powder Rooms / Family Room
12:51 – Guest Bedrooms
16:45 – Owners Wing
20:47 – Agent Interview

Filmed, Edited and Produced By EBC PRODUCTIONS LLC, 2021
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24 Replies to “INSIDE a $135,000,000 NYC Penthouse Apartment | NYC APARTMENT TOUR”

  1. Terry F

    From one of your previous videos i saw a 12 million Colarado castle. So you could buy 11 of those for the price a a New York apartment!

  2. Ardream Bystander

    He’s really hammering home that CEDAR. Imagine living for 400-1000 years only to be chopped down and parted out for wooden planks in a NYC apartment 😂

  3. IamPrimitive

    This apartment is a bad buy in every sense of the phrase. Boring finishes and no style. Way overpriced and impossible to sell after you buy.

  4. Bob Parker

    What a joke.

    $135,000,000 for a small white apartment with no amenities. Nothing handcrafted. You could have spent $13,500 painting drywall white and buying furniture at Ikea and gotten a similar appearance. If I’m spending $135,000,000 on a Japanese inspired home I expect bold Japanese designs dating back thousands of years everywhere; I want every Japanese artisan within a hundred miles crafting some symbol of their history surrounded by bold colors. This should look like some ancient palace for the Emperor with every modern amenity for that price.

    But this isn’t really Japanese. This is a generic modern American building Japanese imported into their own country. Puritan Iconoclasm has ensured that American art is atrocious and this is just another example. Japanese people of centuries past wouldn’t recognize this as some kind beautiful Japanese building and parts of it wouldn’t be seen as Japanese at all. But American consumerism destroys almost all beauty it comes into contact with.

  5. sum badi

    I don't know, for some reason it just feels unsettling. I just can't imagine myself or anyone living here and feeling like home. The japanese theme is a bit much and the metro stones and pavements just feel absurd. These billionaires who probably haven't been on the metro even once in their entire lives for some reason now feel this attachment to this "every day item soaked in history". This feels like a museum, not a home. Even if you don't consider the fact that this building is the embodiment of what's wrong with the world. It's so absurd how these people try to make themselves this green living space in city where so many suffer. And they do it by shipping stones from Japan to NY. What even is this….

  6. gammler0852

    For 135,000 i would take it… seriously the view is amazing. and of course "you are the one and only" having this kind of space in NYC. BUT. imagine what you COULD have for 135 M here in Austria. jesus motherfucking christ. you can buy a whole mountain and a redicoulous view included… no way i would invest 150 Million… but if you like NYC. just take a smaller apartment and enjoy the restless city, while beeing the most time of your life OUTSIDE your apartment…

  7. Sheera Jacobs

    135 m dollar for a flat that barely has a living room, barely has any fresh air and every time you come home, you have to take a roller coaster of a 100 floor elevator…

  8. Jonatas Silva

    This is VERY impressive. But imo, overly expensive. You can gwt similar results for 1/10th of the price. That been said dang, Credit where it's due, this was Nice.

  9. Wendy Nolan

    This apartment is breathtaking, but not to be unpleasant, this building appears plagued with problems, litigation, etc.

  10. Itsme3002

    135 million for a 8k square foot apartment why would anyone buy the overpriced scam it should be worth 5 million

  11. Born2 Lose

    He’s wearing his shoes in SOMEONE else’s apartment. In New Zealand we would never enter our own homes, let alone someone else’s wearing shoes. When I was in prison I was the wing tattooist. I had a Maori guy come into my cell to fight me because he wouldn’t pay the money I charged for tattooing. Before he came into MY CELL , he stopped at the door and took his shoes off. We fought and he left , stopping to put his shoes back on . We came to an agreement and he eventually got his tattoo , and I got my money lol.

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