Inside a $169,000,000 New York City Penthouse NEVER BEFORE SEEN!



Today, we are touring one of my MOST EXPENSIVE listings to date, the Penthouse at 432 Park Avenue. Located on the 96th Floor, the Full-Floor Penthouse is the highest residential floor at 432 Park, making it seriously one-of-a-kind.

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More About The Penthouse at 432 Park Avenue:
“One-of-one. A trophy unlike any other in the world. 432 Park Avenue is a remarkable creative collaboration between Rafael Vinoly and Deborah Berke. 432 Park Avenue is an ultra-luxury condominium, one of the tallest residential towers in the world whose quality is palpable inside and out. Situated on Park Avenue just a few blocks from Central Park, the building rises 1,396 feet and has 30,000 sq. ft of exclusive lifestyle amenities that include a private restaurant and lounge, a 75-ft indoor pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a yoga studio, sauna, steam, and massage rooms, an outdoor terrace, a screening room, conference and billiards rooms, a library, and a children’s playroom. There is also room service, on-site parking, climate-controlled wine cellars, office suites, private storage, and a full building staff. High-end dining, shopping, and entertainment options are all nearby.”

Chapters:
0:00 – Intro
1:20 – Living and Dining Area
2:52 – Kitchen
3:52 – Primary Suite
5:25 – Hallway
6:03 – Secondary Bedroom Suite
7:06 – Library
7:36 – Outro

Ryan Serhant is one of the most successful and well-known real estate brokers in the world. After a decade leading one of New York City’s top-ranked real estate teams, he founded SERHANT., the first brokerage designed for the marketplace of tomorrow. In addition, Ryan is an entrepreneur, producer, public speaker, bestselling author, and star of multiple TV shows.

SERHANT. Studios is an in-house marketing arm and production company for Ryan’s real estate and television endeavors. To date, content produced by SERHANT. Studios averages over 100 million impressions per month. The media arm has helped grow SERHANT. into the most-followed real estate brand in the world through Ryan’s YouTube channel, the Facebook Watch show Unlocked, and the first-of-its-kind real estate media network, LISTED.

34 comments

  1. Try holding camera stady while looking out window to demonstrate how much that building swings back and forth, its FUCKING SCARY TO LIVE IN THAT!

  2. Not to mention a pending a lawsuit from tenants as that building makes loud noises generated by constant movement not to mention the constant swinging of building and elevators not working. ITS a PRISON

  3. The only cool thing about this is the view that's it, but if I lived in nyc I'd want a cute smaller townhouse instead of a penthouse

  4. I am afraid of heights it's worth 0 to me lol. And I am well damn sure it's not worth 169 Million for anyone LOL. I cannot even fathom how much is 169 Million LOL wow. I want the apartment made of gold for that price and I don't think even that will cover it LOLOLOLOL

  5. So, I get a view an overpriced Hermes pillow with a LV blanket, AWESOME! What an over hyped condo, can you imagine the HOA fee, LOL!

  6. This video will make you cry if you catch it on the right day lol…. You and your grandkids families will enjoy that view before the new renaissance happens and this building becomes one of the smaller buildings…

  7. I wonder if he’ll have to get plastic surgery for a new pair of lips once his are firmly and forever planted on the owner’s butt.

  8. I won't pay a dime over 168 million.
    But seriously, this helps to illustrate that the difference in lifestyle between even lower middle class and the wealthiest people on the planet is not as wide as people think.

  9. It's big and it's expensive, but it's also pretty tasteless. I mean, red recessed curtains? Leotard blanket? Yuck… What I see is a status symbol. A turd made of gold might have served just as well.

  10. End of the day you still live on top of a heap of other people, breathe in poor quality air, ride an elevator like a lemming and still don't have the freedom to walk about your own yard.

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