This Penthouse Was Once A Clocktower And Now It's One Of The Coolest Pads In NYC
At three full stories and 6,813 square feet, the Clocktower Building penthouse is massive beyond compare. Located just across the Hudson River from Manhattan in Brooklyn's upscale neighborhood, DUMBO, the loft is truly one of the most lavish and extravagant in New York City.
In its hay day, the building was originally a cardboard box factory. In 1998, the creator and primary developer of DUMBO, David Walentas, then purchased and converted the building into the 126 unit residential mammoth it is now. Featuring a private elevator, a 360 degree view of the city, four 14-foot clock windows, and an open-deck skyroof cabana, this $18 million penthouse is truly one of a kind.