If you buy this apartment, you’ll always know what time it is. Actually, you will live inside of the clock, in the beautiful Brooklyn. Pretty impressive right?
A former factory built in 1914, the ClockTower was developed into luxury condos by David Walentas. Located in the Clock Tower building in downtown Brooklyn, the incredible 7,000 square foot penthouse features 14 foot tall clock faces on every wall that allow plenty of natural light, while also providing amazing views of the Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbour.
For easy access to each of the floors, the triplex penthouse is equipped with a glass walled elevator. The residence features 3 bedrooms along with 3.5 bathrooms, 50-foot high ceilings, modern kitchen, spa-like baths with radiant heated natural stone floors, glass wall tiles, fixtures and fittings by Dornbracht, smart Home technology with Crestron system for heating, AC, lighting, AV and sun control. Custom kitchen by Canova is adorned with white lacquer cabinets, Pietra Cardosa sandstone and stainless steel countertops with integral sinks, and appliances by Gaggenau and Sub-Zero.
From your soaking tub you can gaze at the Manhattan Bridge to the Statue of Liberty. Also sky roof cabana and open deck providing amazing views from The Verrazano Bridge to the Empire State Building.
This stunning ClockTower Penthouse has been reduced from $25 million all the way down to $19 million. This year, unable to find a buyer willing to purchase what would be the most expensive property ever bought in Brooklyn, Corcoran Group Real Estate is handling the listing with an asking price of $18 million.