Are you find an apartment is amazing and is a historical gem? Clock tower apartment with views of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York is currently for sale. This apartment for $ 18 million and the most expensive in borough. The grandeur of the clock tower offers a unique way where you will enjoy the beauty of New York until an angle of 360 degrees, Apartment design using contrasting white interior with natural light spread. The main concept is an open space, utilizing the incredible views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the most famous cities in the world, reflected incorporation of additional glass of kitchen and bathrooms are shining bright. The apartments are worth a place to stay for anyone who wants a modern feel with high historical value, convey the impression of luxury watches intrigue.
“The exquisite triplex penthouse atop Brooklyn’s iconic Clock Tower building in vibrant DUMBO will awe you with its architectural beauty, luxurious finishes, and spectacular views. Designed for flow and functionality, your 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. Entertaining is a dream as you enjoy meals with guests in the huge living and dining areas that have endless layout possibilities with your backdrop of the 4 famous 14-foot glass clocks encircling the apartment, offering one-of-a-kind 360-degree views.
Other highlights: soaring ceilings from 16 to 50 ft; solid rift quartered sawn 5-inch white oak plank floors; a custom glass-enclosed 3-story private elevator and architectural wraparound stairway; 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. The master suite will delight you with views of lower Manhattan, and en-suite bath where you can gaze at the Manhattan Bridge to the Statue of Liberty from your soaking tub. Two additional bedrooms with private baths, a recreational space, sky roof cabana and open deck also showcase views from The Verrazano Bridge to the Empire State Building.”