This $80 Million Apartment Has The Most INSANE Views Of NYC

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Imagine what it's like to live almost 1,500 feet above New York City. Or, even better, imagine the view from your penthouse apartment in the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.
On Wednesday, the interior images of 432 Park Avenue — a 96-story condominium building in midtown Manhattan (between 56th and 57th streets) — were revealed, complete with sweeping views of the city, a sleek, minimalist interior designed by Deborah Berke, and unbelievable amenities (we're talking temperature-controlled wine cellars, an outdoor terrace, and a massage room). And, just think — for a cool $80 million plus, the penthouse, and all of its perks, could be yours. (If you're looking for a bargain, smaller units start at $16.95 million...)
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Let's be real — most of us could only dream of having an apartment with views of all of New York City. And, that's fine. We'll just kick back in our humble 800-square-foot abode and ogle at the lifestyle of the rich and famous, pretending that we're taking a bubble bath while looking at a Lego-sized Empire State Building. Click ahead to see exactly what all the fuss is about.
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Open the glass doors to see Central Park, in its entirety.
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Luxury meets minimalism with a monochromatic interior color palette. Extra points for the telescope, so you can see all the way to The Bronx. Or, New Jersey.
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Enjoy a croissant while soaking in the sun.
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Ten-foot-tall windows line the penthouse walls.
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Invite friends over for dinner and casually ask if they've seen the view.
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The master suite is so luxurious, we'd never want to get out of bed.
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A top chef's kitchen for a top-of-the-line apartment.
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Is there anything better than a bubble bath and a view of the Empire State Building?
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Kick back, relax, and feel like your $80 million has been well spent. It's an investment, right?
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