Radiant in Residential

New York City property at 432 Park Avenue features radiant floor heating

Wed, 05/29/2013 - 13:21

A luxury property high rise in New York City is gaining significant interest. The building won't be completed until 2015, yet, the 1,396-foot tower has already made $1 billion in sales. The Property Report claims that the structure, designed by Rafael Vinoly, will become the tallest building in the city and the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere
According to the source, buyers are from countries around the world, while most are native to the U.S., others are from China, Russia, the Middle East, South America and the U.K. These individuals and others are entranced by the expansive views the tower will provide. All of the windows in the building are 10 feet by 10 feet, which will provide views of Central Park, the Hudson and East rivers, the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful cityscape. 
"432 Park Avenue is quickly becoming one of New York City's most prestigious addresses and a worthy addition to its unparalleled skyline," said Avi Shemesh, co-founder and principal at CIM, the real estate and infrastructure investment firm behind the project. "Our experience in developing large transformative urban projects made 432 Park Avenue a natural fit with our investment philosophy and management style. We are confident that we are creating tremendous value for residents, our investors, and New York City." 
The apartments are outfitted with high-quality finishes that will promote comfort and luxury for guests and residents. One of the more sustainable features of the building is the radiant floor heating system. When homeowners wake in the morning and are getting ready for the day they can avoid the uncomfortable feeling of cold on their feet. Instead, the warmth slowly rises up from the floor to fill rooms with heat.