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This $32M Penthouse Is Brooklyn's Most Expensive Home

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Behold, the most expensive home in Brooklyn: an 11,000-square-foot penthouse at One Brooklyn Bridge Park, which just dropped onto the market for an eye-popping $32 million. Sadly, there is no floorplan to guide us through the sprawling space—which the brokerbabble describes as "what dreams are made of"—but its features include a 3,500-bottle wine room, a home theater, a gym with a climbing wall, six bedrooms, and a huge private terrace. The master suite has a ginormous marble bathroom and wood-paneled his-and-her closets. The home was originally three units, which the owners ("Parksite, LLC") purchased in 2010 for a total of $6.01 million, according to public records. The renovation completely reconfigured the layout, and weirdly, it also seems that it entailed installing wall-to-wall carpeting in most of the rooms. If the place sells for anywhere close to the asking price, it would smash the record for the borough's most expensive home ever, currently held by 70 Willow Street, which sold for $12.5 million in 2012. This "Brooklyn is the new Manhattan" thing just reached a whole new level.

· Listing: 360 Furman Street, 1216 [Sotheby's International Realty]
· All One Brooklyn Bridge Park coverage [Curbed]

One Brooklyn Bridge Park

360 Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY