Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are your average New Yorkers. Sure, they might not be house hunting on Craigslist, but that doesn’t mean the power couple isn’t susceptible to restless apartment syndrome. Just 10 months after picking up a three-bedroom apartment in Manhattan’s Midtown neighborhood, the pair has listed the jaw-dropping pad for a cool $17.5 million, according to TMZ.

The 4,000-square-foot apartment is situated on the 36th floor of 432 Park Avenue, a soaring skyscraper overlooking Central Park. It also happens to be the tallest residential building in the world.

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Suffice it to say, the ultra-luxe abode comes with killer views and major bragging rights. Peek inside the exclusive listing below.

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Every moment, from the breakfast bar to the master bath, prioritizes sky-high views of the city. Complete with a custom eat-in kitchen, solid hardwood floors, polished chrome kitchen fixtures, and a floor-to-ceiling marble en suite, the interiors certainly measure up to the home’s towering vistas.

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You know you’ve finally made it when your living room is more spacious than most Manhattan apartments. This dreamy corner sitting room spans 29 feet by 29 feet.

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Though there’s no better spot to catch an uninterrupted glimpse of the skyline than from the comfort of an opulent soaking tub. You’ll never have to worry about pesky neighbors peering in when you’re 36 floors high.

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A magnet for high-profile residents, 432 Park Avenue boasts no shortage of amenities—including a private chef and restaurant dining room, a fitness center, a labyrinth of a spa, and a movie theater.

Having originally only purchased the luxe pad for $15.3 million last March (possibly as a belated Valentine’s Day present?), the pop star and former Yankee are set to turn a sizeable profit on the exclusive listing. Whether your apartment looks out onto Central Park or a neighbor’s dingy brick wall, that’s something any scrappy apartment hunter can appreciate.

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