You know that ubiquitous photo of workers hanging off the Brooklyn Bridge's wires? The one plastered on every coffee cup, poster, and pint glass sold in NYC? It wasn't always so famous. In fact, its photographer was completely unknown until the late 1990s.
Brooklyn and Manhattan were still two different cities when construction on the Brooklyn Bridge wrapped up in 1883. And in the 130 years since, this iconic span has inspired poets like Jack Kerouac and Walt Whitman, been named a National Historic Landmark, and carried countless of Gothamites across the East River…
This Brooklyn apartment has everything you desire. Privacy, space and a breath-taking panoramic view that will knock your socks off.