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View from the family room of a luxury apartment in the newest and tallest skyscraper in NYC. View from the family room of a luxury apartment in the newest and tallest skyscraper in NYC.

KHQ.COM - On October 10th, construction finished up at a new luxury condominium in New York City. The building is located at 432 Park Avenue at the southern end of Central Park. Standing at 1,396 feet, it is now arguably the tallest building in New York, it even has the new One World Trade Center beat if you don't count the spire.

Perhaps even more shocking than it's height though are the price tags that come with living in one of these apartments. There are two penthouses on the top floors. The penthouse on the 96th floor has sold for $95 million and the one on the 95th floor has sold for $85 million dollars. The luxury apartments are just over 8,200 square feet and include 6 bedrooms, 1 library, 7 bathrooms and 2 powder rooms.

If the penthouses are a bit out of your price range, no worries, there are 104 apartments that start at just $7 million dollars.

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