It’s not the clock tower that Marty McFly used to travel back to 1985, but it is still a Brooklyn staple and a New York City landmark. The Eagle Warehouse & Storage building, constructed in 1906, was converted into co-op apartments back in 1980. The loft with the clock, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge, East River, and Empire State Building, is now on the market -- for the first time in 23 years -- for $2.35 million.
The 1,260 square foot apartment consists of only a single bath and offers a living room/bedroom are which features the clock and offers stunning 16-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, brick walls, and a massive skylight.
“The spa-style bathroom is tiled in Indian slate, the kitchen has top appliances and lots of storage, and there is a plethora of large closets with two being walk-in,” reads Top Ten Real Estate. “And the crown jewel, a working clock face through which one can see river traffic, a lit Manhattan skyline, or watch the full moon go overhead - from the sofa or from the bed!”
The listing agents for the Brooklyn space are Nick Gavin and Josh Doyle of Compass.
To view the full listing, click here: https://www.compass.com/listing/28-old-fulton-street-unit-clock-brooklyn-ny-11201/457102185059848697/?origin_type=Listing%20Card&origin=Agent%20Profiles
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