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New York's ugliest luxury condo tower is the third-tallest building in the US

Will Gleason
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Will Gleason

The supertall skyscraper 432 Park Avenue is not only the largest structure in the world inspired by a trash can. It's also the tallest residential skyscraper in the Western hemisphere (and the third-tallest building in the US after One World Trade and Willis Tower.)

That's one of the interesting take-aways from a new CityRealty report that looks at the conspicuous addition to the NYC skyline now that the first sales have been recorded. Also of interest? Even though only 13 of the building's meager 141 apartments have now hit public record, just those units have managed to bring in a total of $170 million in sales.

The average price of a unit in the Billionaire's Row building is $21 million, which may sound like a lot. But consider that it comes with one of the ultimate NYC amenities: not being able to see 432 Park Avenue from your apartment.

See more figures on the building below.

Infographic Courtesy: CityRealty

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