No Budget in Brooklyn: Most Expensive Listings

This past May, a $15.5 million brick townhouse in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill neighborhood gained the title of the most expensive listing ever to be sold in Brooklyn. Although it may be the most expensive sale in the area, it is only a matter of time that a new record-holder steps into place with one of these most expensive listings currently in Brooklyn.

3 Pierrepont Place

Taking the number one spot for the most expensive listing in Brooklyn is this $40 million mansion at 3 Pierrepont Place located in Brooklyn Heights. Although the price is steep, inside it unveils a whopping 50 rooms, which includes 16 bedrooms and bathrooms. The property is currently split into eight apartments with short-term leases, leaving it up to the buyer to choose whether they want it as a single-family estate or to continue renting it out.

One Brooklyn Bridge Park

This luxury high-rise has not only one, but two of the most expensive listings in Brooklyn. Focusing on the second most expensive apartment in Brooklyn, the penthouse at One Brooklyn Bridge Park has an asking price of $32 million. It was converted from nine individual apartments into this luxurious master home, consisting of six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. Some incredible amenities include a massive wine room, a gym with a climbing wall, a home movie theater, an outdoor terrace overlooking the Hudson river and Manhattan cityscape, and much more.

1 Main Street APT 16 (The Clock Tower)

Never check your watch again when living in this penthouse at 1 Main Street, since it’s also a historic clock tower. Beautiful analogue clocks center each exterior wall when looking from the outside, offering intriguing light patterns and charm to the rooms on the inside, something that is nearly impossible to find anywhere else. The apartment holds three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, with amenities including a glass elevator, heated bathroom floors, and a roof deck with an unmissable view. With a current asking price of $18 million, it’s just teasing us like dangling candy at the end of a fishing pole.

72 Poplar Street

This townhouse at 72 Poplar Street, connected to a renovated police station in Brooklyn Heights, is the last remaining home in the building. It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, with an asking price of nearly $7 million. Although it stands as its own entity apart from the rest of the building, the townhouse has the same access to the amazing features as the other homeowners. The shared amenities include a video doorman, children's play area, fitness room, package room, storage units, and more. The townhouse itself has even more to offer, including a roof deck, terraces off all bedrooms, and a garage.

388 Bridge Street

Located at the tallest residential building in Downtown Brooklyn, this luxury penthouse apartment at 388 Bridge Street has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. With an asking price of nearly $6 million, it’s the budget apartment on our list. Some shared amenities include a rooftop lounge, a fifth floor terrace, a party room, a gym, and a children’s play area. The building already sold 80% of the apartments as stated on their teaser website, so grab this one before it slips away.