#fiercefloorplans: Massive 4 Bed Brooklyn Modern
This four-bedroom condo is the Richard Meier–designed glass tower at 1 Grand Army Plaza in Prospect Heights. The high-end unit has sleek, white minimalism, generous spaces, high ceilings and plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows.
This one’s got a mammoth living room, with an open kitchen that serves up some of the sleek whiteness we mentioned, with a big island and a built-in SubZero fridge.
The master bedroom offers a ton of space and a walk-in closet — it’s got floor-to-ceiling windows on one end, as do the other bedrooms, all of which are massive. There are three full baths, a laundry room and a gang of closets.
There’s also a sweet roof deck with a Manhattan skyline view, though presumably it’s shared.
The building’s got a pile of amenities, including a health club with a swimming pool, a billiard room, a kids’ playroom, a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, a concierge, and on-site attended parking.
This unit’s seen a steep price drop since it hit the market last December at $5.2 million. In March it came down to $4.9 million, and it now sits at $3.999 million.
That’s around $1,221 a square foot for the 3,273-square foot unit, which initially sold for $2.96 million in February 2009, according to public records.
Listed by Sotheby’s brokers Michael Morgenfruh and Lisa Maysone, the unit carries common charges and taxes totaling $3,734 a month.