The Most Expensive Condo Sale in Brooklyn Clocks In at $15M




The living area is surrounded by four glass clocks.The Clock Tower penthouse is arguably the most recognizable apartment in Brooklyn and it now boasts another accolade: its $15M sale has made it the most expensive condo ever to sell in the borough.

The swanky triplex is accessed by a private elevator and features a custom kitchen by Canova, a sprawling entertainment layout and nearly 7,000 square feet of living space. Additional details include a dramatic architectural stairway, soaring ceilings that range from 16–50’, a sky roof cabana and an open deck. The pièce de résistance, of course, are the 4 14’ glass clocks that surround the living area. Corcoran’s Frank Castelluccio represented the listing for developer Two Trees Management, Monica Luque of Douglas Elliman represented the buyer.

A sculptural staircase surrounds the custom glass elevator.

The view from the living room windows is breathtaking.

The floor plan is open for optimal entertaining.

The modern kitchen was custom designed.

The dining area is framed by one of the clocks.

The master bathroom.

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95 West Road, Canton, CT
Enchanting country home/studio/gallery estate of 6,500-square-foot, nestled on 12.3 private acres. Enjoy magnificent views of gardens & specimen trees in sunny, open home with carved stone Italian fireplace, French doors to terrace, koi pond, & stone paths. Steps from the 3,000 SF home is 1,500 SF Studio with walls of windows, sky lights, and radiant heat in floor. Adjacent is 1900 SF Gallery. Buildings have drive-in access, loading docks, 12' walls, cathedral ceilings, concrete floors, air conditioning, and track lighting. Come golf, fly fish, kayak, hike, ski. $1,225,000

Berkshire Hathaway | New England Properties

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