Clock Tower Penthouse Apartment in Brooklyn, New York
New York has no shortage of stunning penthouses, and it seems that we uncover a new one on a daily basis. Today brings us something extremely unique in the Brooklyn-based Clocktower Penthouse Apartment.
Located in the trendy DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, the project was developed by David Walentas. What originally started as a massive clock tower built by cardboard manufacturers has now gone on to become a beautiful three-level penthouse apartment. The residence spans 6,813 square feet, features 3 bedrooms along with 3.5 bathrooms, and offers up unprecedented views of the entire city, from the Brooklyn Bridge to the New York Harbor. Of course you also still have the four 14-foot high round windows housing the clocks, located on each of the 4 walls of the interior. Not only does this look amazing from the inside, but it also brings in plenty of natural light. The unit features 50-foot high ceilings, and also includes a center located glass elevator. The triplex was originally listed for $25 million, but is now going for a cool $18 million. [Purchase]
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