Manhattan penthouse 1,396ft above the city on 96th floor hits the market for $169million 💥👩💥

Got $169million? If so, a 96th-floor penthouse in a nearly 1,400ft. skyscraper in Manhattan could be yours.

The lavishly appointed Midtown unit is on the market for the first time in five years. The penthouse, measuring more than 8,000-square feet, offers panoramic views of New York City and features accessories from Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Bentley, which will all be sold with the condo.

The seller, Saudi real estate magnate Fawaz Al Hokair, purchased the penthouse in 2016 for $88 million and it’s the first time the unit is being offered publicly for sale.

If Al Hokair is successful in selling the penthouse for nearly double what he paid, it would be among the most expensive properties ever sold in the U.S., according to the Wall Street Journal.

The penthouse, located on the 96th floor at 432 Park Ave., offers a panoramic view of Central Park (left)

The building designed by Rafael Vinoly and developed by Macklowe Properties and the CIM Group was erected in 2015 amid criticism that it did not mesh with New York City's iconic skyline

The building designed by Rafael Vinoly and developed by Macklowe Properties and the CIM Group was erected in 2015 amid criticism that it did not mesh with New York City’s iconic skyline

The penthouse features accessories from luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton and Hermes

The penthouse features accessories from luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton and Hermes

The penthouse, which includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, is offered for $169million

The penthouse, which includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, is offered for $169million

Fawaz Al Hokair is a Saudi real estate magnate with the Alhokair Group. The organization's holdings include 92 entertainment centers and 35 hotels spread in Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

Fawaz Al Hokair is a Saudi real estate magnate with the Alhokair Group. The organization’s holdings include 92 entertainment centers and 35 hotels spread in Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

The condo features includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. A chandelier hangs over a custom onyx dining room table that seats 12, and a sculptural grand piano sits by the window in the living room, overlooking the City that Never Sleeps.

It also includes its own private library with a wood-burning fireplace, according to Business Insider, as well as a sitting room and separate dressing rooms attached to the master bedroom.

The master bathroom, meanwhile, has marble floors and walls, cubic marble vanities with 22-inch oval sinks and custom wood cabinets, and a large freestanding soaking tub where residents can enjoy a nice bath while enjoying some views of the water that surrounds the city.

The bathroom floors are heated as an additional luxury, according to Business Insider, and the condo is sprinkled with accessories from upscale companies, like Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Bentley.

And, as with any million-dollar residence, the kitchen is fully stocked with modern appliances.

The Park Avenue building was designed by Rafael Vinoly and was developed by Macklowe Properties and the CIM Group. It was completed in 2015, amid criticism from some New Yorkers who thought it looked out of place along the New York City skyline, with some likening it to a middle finger, according to The New York Times.

The blueprints demonstrate the set up for the top penthouses in 432 Park Ave.

The blueprints demonstrate the set up for the top penthouses in 432 Park Ave.

A large freestanding tub sits in the middle of the master bathroom in a similar penthouse condominium

A large freestanding tub sits in the middle of the master bathroom in a similar penthouse condominium

The living room is 93-feet long and provides a 360 degree view of Manhattan

The living room is 93-feet long and provides a 360 degree view of Manhattan

It also features 240 linear feet of glass. The furniture and art will be included with the sale of the penthouse

It also features 240 linear feet of glass. The furniture and art will be included with the sale of the penthouse

Sitting areas by the window allow for stunning views of Central Park

Sitting areas by the window allow for stunning views of Central Park

Residents of the building also have access to a private restaurant run by a Michelin Star-rated chef

Residents of the building also have access to a private restaurant run by a Michelin Star-rated chef

It boasts a full-time concierge, a 24-hour door attendant, valet parking and a private, covered entryway where vehicle can be discreetly dropped off.

The building also has its own fitness center, complete with a 75-foot swimming pool, sauna and a steam room.

Additionally, the building offers residents use of its massage room, billiards room, private screening room and conference room with 14 leather chairs surrounding a marble table.

Residents can eat at the building’s own private restaurant run by chef Shaun Hergatt, who previously ran the Michelin Star-rated restaurant Juni.

Its tenants included Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez before they separated earlier this year, as well as many foreign buyers, like Al Hokair, looking for some discretion in the Big Apple.

The penthouse offers several dining areas for residents to enjoy

The penthouse offers several dining areas for residents to enjoy

The facility also includes a 75-foot swimming pool, a sauna and a steam room as well as its own fitness center

The facility also includes a 75-foot swimming pool, a sauna and a steam room as well as its own fitness center

The building also offers a covered entryway where vehicles can be dropped off discreetly for the rich and famous

The building also offers a covered entryway where vehicles can be dropped off discreetly for the rich and famous

But even the rich and famous face some problems.

In February, the New York Times published an article detailing some problems at the luxury residences, with tenants complaining about millions of dollars in water damage from plumbing and mechanical issues, frequent elevator malfunctions and walls ‘that creak like the galley of a ship.’

There were reportedly two leaks in the tall building in 2018, and one resident claimed to have been stuck in an elevator on October 31, 2019 for nearly an hour and a half due to high winds.

Other residents have complained of creaking, banging and clicking noises, and a trash chute ‘that sounds like a bomb’ when garbage is thrown out.

CIM Group officials told the Times they were ‘working collaboratively with the condo board,’ which was run by developers until January, when residents were elected to take over.

The developers also recently told The Wall Street Journal that all of those concerns are being addressed.

Manhattan penthouse 1,396ft above the city on 96th floor hits the market for $169million

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