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Stellar City Views, But How About The Floorplan?

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Photos via Sotheby's

Brooklyn's priciest property, the Clocktower Penthouse, which just came back on the market, has been getting a lot of attention for it's "epic" floorplan. But if you can't swing the $23.5M ask, 1 Main Street has other fabulous apartments on the market at more affordable prices--like the $8.5M one we will discuss today, a full-floor unit situated on the building's 14th level. The loft-like condominium is complete with breathtaking New York panoramas throughout, which are definitely the highlight of the place. So, let's see how the layout compares to the penthouse.


Reached by a private elevator, this unit spreads over 3,200-square-feet and provides simple apartment living. The public rooms of the stunning abode are the spacious living/dining combination, offering sweeping bridge and Manhattan views, a "decent-sized" kitchen--which has no breakfast nook, sadly--and a powder room for guests. A large master suite is located on the other end, and has a large bathroom, private study, and walk-in-closet. Two other bedrooms, sharing a bathroom, and a laundry room finish the tour.

Though not as dramatic as the penthouse, how does this unit's layout compare?--considering the price difference, of course. And with no outdoor space, will anyone fork over $8.5M money for the place?

· 1 Main Street, 14th Floor [Sotheby's]
· 1 Main Street PH Brooklyn 11201 [GHK]
· New Listing Arrives for Brooklyn's Priciest Pad [Curbed New York]