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The Most Expensive Penthouse in Brooklyn Now Belongs to Matt DamonThursday 10 January 2019
The Most Expensive Penthouse in Brooklyn Now Belongs to Matt Damon ⇒ Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso have just become the owners of the most expensive penthouse in Brooklyn for the incredible sum of $16.7 million. The power couple purchased the premium six-bedroom penthouse that spans 6,201 square feet and rests atop the former Standish Arms Hotel in Brooklyn Heights. Today, CovetED will take a look at the remarkable interior design features of this luxury real estate.
Written by Amândio Pereira
The penthouse, located in The Standish, a historic building, is comprised of several units and includes exquisite detailing, including Austrian white oak flooring, Bertazzoni Italia and Bosch appliances, freestanding tubs, rain showers, and Fantini fixtures.
The couple’s unit is one of 33 in the building. It was created by combining three smaller units in 2016 and features panoramic views of the East River, Statue of Liberty and Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Williamsburg bridges.
Initially, the property was valued $16.64 million but ended up being sold to Damon and Barroso for the sum of $16.74 million, ultimately beating the record set by a Cobble Hill townhouse at 177 Pacific Street that belonged to Jay Maisel and a Brooklyn Heights property owned by another Hollywood duo, Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany. However, this condo may not hold this record for very long as the penthouse at Quay Tower in Brooklyn Bridge Park is expected to approximately cost nearly $20 million.
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Source: Elle Decor