Brooklyn’s big three

Aug.August 01, 2014 07:00 AM
One Brooklyn Bridge Park’s $32 million listing has an  indoor climbing wall.

One Brooklyn Bridge Park’s $32 million listing has an indoor climbing wall

360 Furman Street, #1216
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights / Asking price: $32 million

One Brooklyn Bridge Park’s 11,000-square-foot penthouse is the borough’s most expensive listing. The 14-room condo has six bedrooms and six bathrooms, a screening room, a 3,500-bottle wine cellar, a home gym with an indoor climbing wall, an outdoor terrace overlooking the East River, and two parking spaces. The property is a combination of three apartments at the 449-unit waterfront conversion. Current owners Parksite LLC bought three separate units for a combined $6.01 million in 2010, according to public records. Then they turned them into one massive penthouse. The listing brokers are Karen and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty.

2458 National Drive
Neighborhood: Mill Basin / Asking price: $30 million

A gated compound at 2458 National Drive includes a mansion and guesthouse, with a combined 23,000 square feet of living space. The property has 10 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, and features 257 feet of water frontage, four kitchens, a seven-car garage, swimming pool and a three-boat marina. The main house was built in the 1990s by multimillionaire John Rosatti, who sold the property to Russian heiress Galina Anissimova for $3 million in 1996. Anissimova snapped up the adjacent property in 2000 for $700,000 and built the 8,200-square-foot guesthouse. Her listing brokers are Corcoran’s James Cornell, Leslie Marshall and Lauren Muss.

1 Main Street, #16
Neighborhood: Dumbo / Asking price: $18 million

The penthouse unit at developer David Walentas’ Clock Tower building at 1 Main Street in Dumbo has lingered on the market for years, with a current asking price of $18 million, $7 million less than what it originally came on the market for in 2009. Over the years, Jay-Z, Ralph Lauren and supermarket mogul Ron Burkle have all reportedly checked out the three-bedroom triplex. The 7,000-square-foot condo is the building’s crown jewel, featuring iconic glass clock faces on each wall of the main living area, as well as ceilings as high as 50 feet. In 2011, the unit hosted Esquire magazine’s “Ultimate Bachelor Pad,” an annual TV special. It was briefly listed as a rental for $50,000 a month, but didn’t find a taker. Over the years, it’s been represented by a rotating cast of brokers. Frank Castelluccio, Aaron Lemma and Nicholas Hovsepian of Corcoran currently have the listing.

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