The Brooklyn Tower impressively boasts views of more than 15 New York City landmarks, including The Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building. 432 Park Avenue’s newest penthouse reaches the clouds as a globally-recognized part of Manhattan’s skyline. 350 Butler Street may be just 12 stories tall, but it offers unobstructed views similar to a skyscraper. Olympia Dumbo steps and curves as it rises, thoughtfully directing each terrace towards a panoramic view.
The Brooklyn Tower’s PH89N
The Brooklyn Tower is the borough’s first supertall, standing at 93 stories and over 1,000 feet in height. On the 89th floor—at an elevation of over 800 feet—The Brooklyn Tower’s Penthouse 89N is on the market for $6.2 million with an unmatched vantage point to experience the fireworks show. The dramatic half-floor home boasts interiors by the acclaimed Gachot Studios and vistas that extend to the far corners of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines, East River, New York Harbor, and beyond.
432 Park Avenue’s PH96
432 Park Avenue has redefined the Manhattan skyline as one of the most well-known supertalls, and now its never-before-lived-in 96th floor penthouse has hit the market for $130 million. Listed by OFFICIAL’s Tal Alexander, the full-floor home boasts 24 windows stretching 10’ x 10’ each, offering panoramic views in all directions and most importantly, a front row seat to fireworks over the East River.
350 Butler Street Penthouse
350 Butler Street’s newly completed Penthouse is on the market for $4.45 million in Park Slope. Its open layout is made for entertaining with distinct dining and living spaces, including multiple outdoor living spaces ideal for warm-weather gatherings. The home’s interior staircase leads to its pièce de résistance and the perfect place to watch the fireworks: a private 789-square-foot roof deck with endless views that span from the Verrazano Bridge to Downtown Brooklyn.
Olympia Dumbo Penthouse B
Located in the heart of DUMBO and known for its record-breaking sales, Olympia offers unmatched views of the harbor and Manhattan skyline from the highest crest in the neighborhood. The building’s only remaining full-floor penthouse is on the market for $19.5 million. Located on the 32nd floor, homeowners will enjoy views from every exposure and a spacious private terrace for an al fresco fireworks show.
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