One Hanson Place was the tallest building in Brooklyn when it was built in the late 1920s, and it didn't lose that distinction until The Brooklyner stole the title in 2009. Still to this day, the former Williamsburg Savings Bank Tower at the intersection of Ashland Place, Hanson Place, and Flatbush Avenue stands out on the Brooklyn skyline. Naturally, the iconic building was converted into condos around 2008, and while a few of note come along every now and then, most of 'em aren't as good as the one-bedroom apartment with one of the building's rare terraces that just appeared on the market asking $1.125 million. Because the apartment is relatively high up in one of the taller towers in Brooklyn, that terrace probably has pretty stellar views. In addition to the outdoor perk, the apartment comes fully updated and has 1.5 bathrooms.