Telecom Geneva managed the construction of 432 Park Avenue. At 1,396 feet tall, the structure is the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Located in one of New York’s most desired neighborhoods, the approximately 35,000 square foot footprint boasts over 100 contiguous feet of frontage on East 57th Street, alongside some of the most prestigious retail space in New York.
Situated on the former site of the Drake Hotel, the 96-story residential tower consists of 106 ultra-luxurious condominiums featuring 15′-6 slab-to-slab ceiling heights, imported marble finishes in the kitchens and bathrooms, solid oak floorings and top of the line interior finishes. Additional building features include over 30,000 square feet of amenities including a private restaurant and lounge, large outdoor terrace, 75-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center and spa, executive conference room, screening/performance room, a private porte-cochère entrance and underground parking.
The foundation consists of two levels extending 45′ below grade. The tower core mat and tower column footings bear on rock with anchors drilled 85′ into the rock. The structure is architecturally exposed concrete at exterior columns and spandrel beams. Concrete strength is 14,000 psi with #20 rebar reinforcing through the 39th floor. Tower consists of punched window openings measuring 11′-4″ x 11’x10″ with extraordinary views of Central Park and the entire city. The building includes car and truck lifts to access below grade garage and loading dock, one service elevator, four passenger elevators and four retail/amenity elevators.