Take a look inside the £59M New York penthouse at the top of the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere

As far as rooms with a view are concerned, this one's pretty much a shoo-in. 

At 1,396 feet, 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential building not only in New York but the whole of the Western Hemisphere. 

The jaw-dropping skyscraper is the latest addition to the Big Apple's iconic skyline.

Constructors on the project topped out the building this morning, meaning it now has official status as an architectural behemoth of the city and one which towers above New York's other impressive landmarks including the Empire State Building (at 1,250 feet), the Chrysler Building (1,046 feet) and the One World Trade Center without its spire (1,368 feet). 

The good news? You can actually buy a penthouse apartment in this building - meaning you can casually take a bath over the finest view in New York - from next year.

The bad news? It will set you back an estimated $95 million (around £59 million), according to owners CIM Group and Macklowe Properties

But hey, we can dream. 

Located right in the heart of Manhattan, the luxury penthouses come with floor-to-ceiling windows and state-of-the-art design, including a breakfast bar that looks straight out onto the city thousands of feet below.

The building itself comprises 30,000 of prime property space, with a giant swimming pool, a massage therapy room, a billiards hall, a luxury restaurant (complete with giant jewel-encrusted chandeliers) and observation decks with spectacular views of the city.

Familiarise yourself with the inner echelons of New York's most ostentatious sky-high living space with a look around a model penthouse apartment and facilities at 432 Park Avenue, below. 

... When do we move in? 

Photos: CIM Group and Macklowe Properties

The panorama from 432 Park Avenue

The view from the top of the tower


A window with the finest view in the whole of New York


We wouldn't mind cooking up a meal or two in this sumptuous kitchen


Don't look down if you don't like heights...


Room for two? A bath with a view

Dining room

Wow your guests with the most show-stopping dining room in the whole of the Big Apple


Imagine waking up to this every day


An apartment like this is worth learning the piano for

There's even a telescope so you can view the whole of New York at your feet

There's even a telescope so you can view the whole of New York at your feet


The inviting terrace at 432 Park Avenue


If you get bored of cooking in your own kitchen, you can always head to the in-house restaurant

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Swimming pool

Alternatively, you could take a dip in the skyscraper's cavernous swimming pool

432 Park Avenue

The making of 432 Park Avenue, from its humble beginnings in 2009 (right) to May 2014 (left)

Empire State Building

At 1,396 feet, 432 Park Avenue towers over Empire State Building (pictured, at 1,250 feet)

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