Here’s a swank duplex pad with killer views and a towering price tag at 360 Furman Street, better known as One Brooklyn Bridge Park.
It’s a vast one, offering some 5,000 square feet spread over two levels, with some deluxe appointments and prime spaces. Most notable is the massive living/dining room with wraparound windows that face the skyline and the river, and a 21-foot terrace beyond.
Elsewhere is a double height entrance foyer with an upper window bank, a large wine room, three bedrooms, four and a half baths, a den, a large laundry room and a rooftop cabana with a terrace.
The kitchen is deluxe, with acres of custom cabinetry, an eight-burner Blue Star cooktop, dual ovens and enough cooling power for a small market, with two panel-doored 36-inch SubZero refrigerators.
The master bedroom has a bit of a hotel-suite vibe, with its carpeting and recessed lighting, and the ground-level views are decidedly less picturesque. On the plus side, it’s got custom electric shades to cover the windows when needed, along with a large walk-in closet/dressing room, an en suite marble bath and a “concealed state of the art projection system.”
Speaking of views, they all seem to be north and west facing, so the construction of the forthcoming Pier 6 towers won’t mar the vista.
Additional perks include a smart home system with climate control and a sound system. And the building is lousy with amenities, including a yoga studio, video lounge, art room, virtual driving range, game lounges, screening room, music room, a massive gym and a subway shuttle.
Listed by Deborah Rieders and Randy Baruh of Corcoran, the unit’s asking $8.75 million. A staggering sum, to be sure, though it’s a pittance compared to the $19.5 million price tag on one of the units upstairs.
The listing doesn’t supply the monthly charges, which are no doubt considerable. What do you think it might fetch?
This two-bedroom offers outdoor space and industrial details, such as high ceilings and wood beams, as befits the building’s former use as a factory.
The placement of the staircase creates a striking facade design. The building is in the northern reaches of Williamsburg.
Ferry service has returned to Greenpoint on Monday after a 36-hour hiatus that began when the jetty’s new private owner restricted access to the boats, according to officials.