One Brooklyn Bridge Park Penthouse Is Borough’s Most Expensive Home For Sale

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BROOKLYN HEIGHTS – Move over Matt Damon, there’s a new contender for the most expensive home in Brooklyn.

A 8,500-square-foot duplex condo on the top two floors of One Brooklyn Bridge Park, located at 360 Furman Street, has returned to the market at $19.5 million, making it Brooklyn’s current most expensive home for sale, according to Curbed.

Listed by Corcoran, the luxury 14-room home includes five bedrooms; four-and-a-half bathrooms; a deeded parking space; a ballroom-sized living room; a 3,500-bottle, temperature-controlled wine room; a screening room; a gym with a climbing wall; a 750-square-foot terrace; and oversized windows with amazing East River and city views.

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This is reportedly a downsized version of the apartment that originally went on the market in 2014 for a whopping $32 million, Curbed reports. Three years ago, the pad boasted 11,000 square feet spanning three floors and came with two parking spots. According to the listing agent, the unit is “the largest single apartment to have ever been listed for sale in Brooklyn,” excluding entire townhouses and buildings, according to Mansion Global.

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Launched in 2008, One Brooklyn Bridge Park is a converted 1928 warehouse featuring 435 units across 12 stories, according to Street Easy. Some of the full-service building’s amenities include a 3,000-square-foot gym, three cardio rooms, a yoga studio, screening room, music room with a mini grand piano, two children’s playrooms, games rooms, and a golf simulator room as well as an outdoor putting green.

Check out the full listing here and see if you can guess which celebrity will snag these super deluxe digs.

 

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Pamela Wong

Pam is a staff reporter at Bklyner, covering North-Western parts of Brooklyn. You can reach her at Pamela@bklyner.com. Tips are always welcome. She also writes about art at arthag.typepad.com.

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