It’s the first official day of spring, and that means this year’s crop of new developments is about to start hitting the market. They’ll have a lot to live up to, because the season is starting off with a big one: 432 Park Avenue! The city’s—nay, the western hemisphere’s—future tallest residential building is now available. Or at least, two-thirds of the units are. A full third are already in contract, according to the Journal. We know you’re hungry for details, and the renderings above barely scratch the surface, so here we go: the 1,396-foot, Rafael Vinoly-designed tower should be finished in 2015. It will contain a total of 126 apartments asking a combined $2.7 billion, which is, the Journal notes, the highest total asking price ever for a condominium building in Manhattan. That breaks down to $6,742/square foot.
Read more: Superscraper 432 Park Avenue is Officially On the Market – Source: Curbed