The original asking price of $25 million has been reduced to a bargain basement $19 million. Even so, it’s still the most expensive apartment in Brooklyn.
The biggest drawback is Esquire’s ultra-sleek interior redecoration that, for better or worse, stripped much of the landmark’s character inside.
Still if you’re a fan of Martin Scorsese’s steam punk movie “Hugo,” this is the place for your.
Brooklyn’s Ultimate Bachelor’s Pad
That’s because the apartment has four huge clock-face windows that include working, synchronized clocks. Through the clocks are postcard views of the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty and Manhattan.
A glass-enclosed elevator provides a stunning entrance to the apartment and it’s expansive master suite above with a a glass roof terrace overhead, illuminated by light from below. The 400-square-foot glass-enclosed space is complemented by 400 square foot open terrace.
A study is contained in what’s been dubbed a “technology loft.” And, that’s just one of the stunning features. Check out the photos.