With about 425 meters height, the skyscraper 432 Park Avenue (New York) will be the highest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Rafael Viñoly has designed a simple tower with a square base and, as hard as it seems, it completely breaks with the current structure of the skyscraper. This is a complicated skyscraper with its own personality. One need only take a look at the projects in Manhattan, or some of the future towers in Seoul in order to understand this phenomenon.
432 Park Avenue will feature 96 floors and a very homogeneous glass façade with large windows, offering spectacular views of the city. The homes will have a private elevator, kitchen, several suites, and a lot of luxury finishes. The building company has already signed contracts to receive more than a billion dollars in sales, mainly from international buyers who want to invest in these apartments, which prices range from 7 to 95 million dollars.