The upscale One Clinton condo building, rising 38 stories tall on the site of the former Brooklyn Heights branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, is now welcoming residents — and giving us a feel of the elegant living experience that awaits inside.
With close to 50% of its luxuriously-appointed units now sold (including an $8.9 million duplex that nabbed the title of Brooklyn’s priciest condo sale of the year when it closed), One Clinton has now listed its most expensive unit yet: a striking two-level penthouse priced at $10.23 million.
The penthouse comes with soaring double-height windows with unobstructed views from Wall Street to Midtown Manhattan, NY Harbor, the East River bridges and beyond.
Clocking in at 4,099 square feet, the double unit packs 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths on its two-level spread. The main living area features 20-foot-high ceilings and massive double-height windows so that residents can fully take in the generous city views.
The main level also makes room for the penthouse’s luxurious kitchen, which has been appointed with a massive center island complete with best-in-class appliances like Miele and Gaggenau. Also on the first floor, there’s a private bedroom suite and full bath, a large study, and a powder room.
A custom white oak and iron staircase leads to the second level, where the primary bedroom suite mirrors the bright design of the main level living area with its large, light-filled windows that open up to full-on harbor views. The bedroom comes with a five-fixture marble bathroom with double shower and a windowed dressing room.
The state-of-the-art penthouse, which goes by the name Residence 37A, comes with all the perks the building has to offer: a fitness and wellness center with sauna and hot tub, yoga room, Peloton bikes, strength training and cardio equipment; a 3,500-square-foot terrace for longing, grilling and entertaining; a kids activity center with its own adjacent outdoor play area; and a sky lounge and terrace set on the building’s 26th floor (which offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor).
The property is listed with the Corcoran Group, with James Cornell, Leslie Marshall and Nick Hovsepian in charge of marketing efforts.
One of the newest additions to New York’s skyline, One Clinton is a collection of 134 modern homes said to be inspired by the historic and graceful surroundings of Brooklyn Heights. The building’s triangular profile is a throwback to the celebrated Flatiron Building and its limestone façade and elegant silhouette pay tribute to the area’s remarkable architecture.
With a prima Brooklyn location (Cadman Plaza Park and Clinton Street), One Clinton provides ready access to multiple subway lines and is within walking distance of the East River and some of Brooklyn’s finest restaurants. Book lovers will be happy to learn that the newly designed branch of the Brooklyn Public Library anchors the building on the Cadman Plaza West side.
Credit for the images used in this story goes to The Corcoran Group, courtesy of Optimist Consulting
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