Take a look at the view from the tippy top of Rafael Viñoly’s 432 Park, the supertall tower that will soon house the world’s billionaires

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The Penthouse at 432 Park Avenue. (Matt Shaw / AN)

The Penthouse at 432 Park Avenue. (Matt Shaw / AN)

AN got a rare look at the penthouse of 432 Park, Rafael Viñoly‘s soon-to-be-tallest residential building in the western hemisphere. After a six-minute ride on the construction lift, expansive, $95 million views open up in a 360 degree panorama from large square windows along all four sides of the full-floor apartment.

The Penthouse at 432 Park Avenue. (Matt Shaw / AN)

The Penthouse at 432 Park Avenue. (Matt Shaw / AN)

While the building is still under construction, it has already topped out some 1,396 feet above New York City’s sidewalks below. The 85-story tower is expected to be completed early next year, but some of the lower floors will be available for move-in this fall, if you are interested. Deborah Berke is handling the interior architecture in the building.

Here are some pictures from the six penthouses at the top of Viñoly’s incredibly tall building on Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row.

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