Brooklyn’s Clocktower Penthouse Sells For $15 Million
If you don’t know this yet, Brooklyn’s iconic clock tower condominium has been hiding a real surprise right on its top: a marvelous triplex penthouse that was one of the most sought after properties in all of New York for many, many years. But it had to wait a while until finding the right buyer.
First listed for sale almost seven years ago, this lavish residence has been finally sold for a staggering $15 million. The luxurious 6,813-square-feet penthouse has just set a new record for the borough’s condominium market, and a quick look at what the property has to offer will make you understand why.
The tower’s four 14-feet glass clocks dominate the entire atmosphere inside this residence, while a private glass elevator or a wraparound stairway will allow access into the residence. The living room looks incredible, while the kitchen packs bespoke appliances by Gaggenau and Sub-Zero, with lacquer cabinets, Pietra Cardosa sandstone, and stainless steel counter tops.
But you’ll probably be more impressed by the spectacular 360-views, of lower Manhattan or Brooklyn, offered by this lavish penthouse, for good reason. The future owners of this residence will also get to enjoy a recreational space, a lovely roof cabana, and even open deck. Considering that the penthouse at 1 Main St. was originally listed for $25 million, this seems like a wicked deal.