Tuesday, April 14, 2015

THERE’S A $32 MILLION CONDO (NOT MANSION) IN BROOKLYN HEIGHTS


The current owners of the 11,000 square foot condo located at One Brooklyn Bridge Park, hedge fund Stuart Leaf and his wife, have put the Brooklyn Heights home back on the market. The condo, that takes over three floors and a combination of nine units, includes six bedrooms, a 3,500-bottle wine room, a rock-climbing wall and a screening room.

Apparently the home is so big that the couple in the apartment, at the same time, couldn’t find each other. In an article written by the WSJ, the couple stated:
A few months ago, Stuart Leaf was sitting in his Brooklyn Heights apartment when he got a call from his wife asking when he’d be home. It turned out “we’d both been home for three hours,” he said—their roughly 11,000-square-foot condo is so large that neither one realized the other was there.
After that, it was clear to the couple that it was time to sell.
Take a look inside the super expensive, extra large apartment (because that’s what it is):





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