611 Broadway, Suite 816     New York, NY 10012     212.645.6066      E-mail

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Projects The Clock on Old Fulton Street in Brooklyn Heights is a 1,200 square foot loft located in an Italianate storage building built in 1892 on the site of the Brooklyn Eagle Newspaper once edited by Walt Whitman. The most obviously striking feature in the apartment is the 10-foot glass and iron clock face, which serves as the living room window. Poised directly across from the eastern tower of the Brooklyn Bridge, the apartment commands an extraordinarily dramatic view of the East River and the skyline of Lower Manhattan. In addition to acid-washed existing brick walls, the predominant materials are milk-painted cabinets, tinted concrete counters, and variegated Asian slate. The apartment is furnished with English and American antiques and features a collection of rare Turkish and Central Asian carpets and textiles.
The Clock Brooklyn, NY