Clocktower penthouse still on market for $18M

The massive triplex is still for sale after first being put on the market for $25 million in 2010

New York /
Jan.January 02, 2016 12:00 PM

One of the city’s priciest — and most luxurious — apartments has been languishing on the market.

Following various price drops and broker swaps, a triplex penthouse in the Clocktower Building at 1 Main Street in Dumbo is still for sale after first being put on the market for $25 million in 2010.

It is currently listed for $18 million with Corcoran.

The open home comes with a chef’s kitchen, 360-degree views, ceilings from 16 to 50 feet, 5-inch-wide white oak plank floors, a glass-enclosed three-story private elevator and a wraparound stairway.

The spa-like baths also feature radiant heated natural stone floors, according to the listing, and smart wiring.

The home comes with three bedrooms, along with a “sky roof cabana and an open deck.”

Anne Hathaway once owned, although never lived, in the building. [NYP] — TRD


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