Located in the award-winning, SOM-designed Toren in Downtown Brooklyn, this duplex penthouse at 150 Myrtle Avenue boasts three exposures and sweeping views of Williamsburg and Manhattan. On the 30th of 37 floors, the corner residence offers three bedrooms and three baths in a dramatic double-height space for the asking price of $2,100,000. And though these glassy, open spaces can often feel void, this one has been warmed up with creative decor and a curated collection of plants.
The first floor is an open living/dining area flooded with light and panoramic views. The renovated eat-in kitchen features Electrolux appliances, including a dishwasher, and a Sub-Zero wine cooler. Add some colorful, rustic decor and a few plants and the sunny space comes to life.
The smallest of the three bedrooms is also on the first floor and would make a great guest room or home office.
A spiral wood and steel staircase lit by a skylight takes you up to the second level, where you’ll find a master suite overlooking the floor below with a generous en-suite bathroom and closet space. The unit has air conditioning and a washer/dryer tucked away in a closet on the second floor.
The building holds a LEED Gold rating and SOM equipped it with sustainable features including a rain-screen system in the tower’s base and a cogeneration plant that supplies tenants with power and water.
Just one stop away from Manhattan, the building offers a slew of amenities, including a pool, a gym with sauna, a library lounge, a parking garage with valet service, a children’s playroom, a yoga studio, a multi-level roof garden with an outdoor movie screen and 24-hour doorman and concierge service.
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Neighborhoods : Downtown Brooklyn