Most expensive Manhattan listing drops for $169M


The top floor of the controversial Manhattan supertall known as “432 Park Avenue” hit the market Monday asking $169 million, earning the rank of Manhattan’s most expensive listing.

The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom, two-powder-room penthouse sits on the 96th floor of a “toothpick-like” building that has garnered a reputation for creaking, floods and supposed design flaws.

Nevertheless, the seller received several offers in the month before he listed the 8,255-square-foot property for sale, Ryan Serhant told The Post. But the offers apparently were not high enough to entice the seller to strike a deal.

“We wanted to maximize value” by bringing it on the market, Serhant said.

The unit with a massive floor plan has been re-done and filled with Fendi, Bentley and Hermès furniture, a curated art collection, herringbone white oak floors, high-end finishes and a library, according to the listing, which asks almost twice what the seller paid for it five years ago.


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