If You Can’t/Won’t Come Up With $98 Million For Steve Cohen’s Place, Maybe You’d Like To Move To Brooklyn For A Little Less?


Take $6 million, three apartments in that building along the BQE you sort of remember from “Top Chef” and a few demolished walls. What do you get? Hedge fund manager Stuart Leaf hopes the answer is $32 million.

Behold, the most expensive home in Brooklyn: an 11,000-square-footpenthouse 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.

This $32M Penthouse Is Brooklyn’s Most Expensive Home [Curbed]
Listing: “What Dreams Are Made Of” [Sotheby’s]
Who are the sellers of Brooklyn’s priciest home? Find out here [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]
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