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As Manhattan's most expensive sales of 2022 to date show, proximity to and views of Central Park are highly valued among luxury buyers. A borough away, green space is clearly equally appreciated: Park Slope's most expensive home ever to go into contract was a penthouse asking $6.95 million at One Prospect Park West, the Knights of Columbus clubhouse-turned-luxury condominium just down the street from Grand Army Plaza and across the street from Prospect Park.
One Prospect Park would appear to offer the best of all possible worlds. The 1920s building's facade and original architectural details were restored to their original glory during the residential conversion, and the lobby and interiors have been inspired by prewar design with special touches like arched entryways and custom wall moldings and trim. However, apartments feature the spacious layouts, top-of-the-line appliances and finishes, and in-unit laundry the modern buyer has come to expect.
Something else the modern buyer has come to appreciate is outdoor amenity space, and One Prospect Park West rises to the occasion with a nearly 7,500-square-foot rooftop terrace, the largest private residential roof deck in Brooklyn. This is the first landscape-only commission from acclaimed designer ODA Architecture, and every space was designed to make the most of views of Prospect Park and the Manhattan skyline.
When Mansion Global announced the record-breaking sale, it noted that the penthouse came in $1.3 million higher than the next most expensive condo sold in Park Slope. It also said that the buyer and many others were local, indicating that this building is not likely to be used as a place for international investors to park their cash.
Closings at One Prospect Park West come to an average of $1,871 per square foot, with many units coming in at or just above ask. The penthouse is one of a large number of units that are in contract; a small handful of publicly listed availabilities ranges from $2.9 million for a two-bedroom to $4.495 million for a four-bedroom.

“What I love about working with forward-thinking clients such as One Prospect Park West, is that a model apartment can become a showcase for evolved ideas, bridging the worlds of gallery exhibits and interior designed homes” — Jean Lin, founder, Colony

The availabilities also include a model unit designed by Colony, a Tribeca cooperative gallery/design studio founded by artist/entrepreneur Jean Lin. Pieces from Colony artists may be found on display throughout, as well as research-driven concept CHROMA. As such, every room embodies a specific color for its corresponding historic, emotional, and psychological response — think red for energy, yellow for joy, or deep green for calming.

↓ Colony's model unit is Penthouse #E which features western exposures towards the harbor and Manhattan skyline.

↓ The living room features a custom braided rug by Grain Design, a blown glass table by Deborah Czeresko, and maroon accents to inspire a subtle yet growing energy.


↓ An arched entryway separates the living room from the eat-in kitchen.


↓ Between the extensive honed Estremoz marble countertops, custom-designed cream lacquer cabinetry, and integrated appliance package by Wolf and Sub-Zero, the kitchen is fit for a chef.


↓ A custom Colony-designed dining table is on display in the dining room.


↓ The primary bedroom is decorated in natural, earthy tones to evoke a sense of calm, and decorative touches include a quilt by Meg Callahan.


↓ Secondary bedrooms possess their own distinct style but still convey a sense of grace and tranquility.

↓ The timeless view over one of America's most beautiful neighborhoods.

↓ New photos of the building's finished roof deck showcase the building's views over Prospect Park.

1-Prospect-Park-West-01 Roof deck with views of Prospect Park (Evan Joseph)

↓ New photos of the building's finished roof deck showcase the building's views over Prospect Park. A variety of large dining tables as well as smaller tables are ideal for remote work, reading, or simple contemplation.


↓ An outdoor kitchen makes entertaining a breeze.


↓ Lush landscaping includes apple trees, highly appropriate for the Big Apple.


↓ Whether dining, entertaining, or lounging, the experience is enhanced by panoramic views of Prospect Park, the Manhattan skyline, and sunsets.


Other Noteworthy Listings near Prospect Park
From the Listing: Top floor stunner steps from Prospect Park! Perched on the top floor of the coveted Park Vanderbilt, in the heart of Windsor Terrace, this mint-condition designer-renovated extra-large one-bedroom is a rare find. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Three flights of stairs bring you to this sunny and quiet rear-facing two-bedroom apartment. separated from the rest of the apartment for privacy. Original coffered high ceilings, baseboard moldings, and parquet floors speak to the era of this c.1931 building, a well-run co-op with lush landscaped gardens flanking the entrance. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Mint-condition 2-bedroom, 1 bathroom floor-through condominium unit on prime South Slope park block. Located just one flight up from the stoop, this sunny, south-facing home recently finished up a complete overhaul adding such modern comforts as a stacked washer dryer, a professionally designed kitchen, and custom built-ins throughout while maintaining original details like exposed brick, tin ceilings, stain glass, crown, and baseboard moldings and updated and restored pine floors. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: A bright and beautifully-renovated 2-bedroom on a prime park block can be yours for an exceptional price! Welcome home to 2R at 943 President Street, a spacious and stylish apartment located in a well-established pre-war Park Slope co-op on peaceful but centrally-located President Street. This apartment has all the bells and whistles, offers original detail and character, and is in the best location. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Back on the market! Steps from Grand Army Plaza in a premier 1920s building, this generous home has a washer/dryer, an assigned storage locker, and a built-in home office. Its layout is ideal with two well-proportioned bedrooms located at opposite ends of the apartment, each with a modern bathroom. The Belnord is a pet-friendly building with a doorman, elevator and bike room. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Spend your days gazing across at Prospect Park in this Rarely Available pre-war bright and airy 2 bedroom co-op on the 2nd floor. The Spacious Living Room and Full Dining Room have beautiful original woodwork with 3 oversized windows overlooking the park. High Ceilings and Gorgeous Parquet Hardwood Floors with Inlay Borders throughout the entire apartment. A stunning hand-carved wood-detailed Archway separates the Full-Size Dining Room from the Large Living Room. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Light-drenched and airy, this spacious three bedroom + home office apartment offer northern, eastern, and southern exposures, from no less than thirteen windows! Sitting on a quintessential tree-lined park block in prime Park Slope, this gorgeous apartment resides in a majestic limestone pre-war co-op, and as such boasts gracious original details throughout, including lovely picture molding; high, plaster cove ceilings; oversized baseboards, original doors, and door and window casings; and original, inlaid hardwood floors throughout. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Spanning 1,750 sq feet this beautiful duplex created by the Brooklyn Home Company features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and private outdoor space. Upon entering the light-filled unit, you are immediately greeted with an abundance of natural light. The spacious living and dining area flows into the chef kitchen, which has a stainless steel Capital gas range with a vented stainless steel hood, Liebherr refrigerator, Bosch stainless steel dishwasher, butcher block countertops, and garbage disposal. The beautiful reclaimed maple floors throughout are laid in a herringbone pattern. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Carpe Diem! Located between Prospect Park West and 8th Avenue, 567 8th Street is a prime Park Slope condo building on one of the prettiest tree-lined blocks part of Park Slope's charming historic district. Spacious and south facing this convertible 3BR/2BA condo features both original details, modern design, and a flexible layout. A blend of pre-war details with contemporary updates in a well-maintained and classic limestone 8-unit building, circa 1909. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This gracious Classic Seven apartment sits on the 10th floor of 50 Plaza, an elegant pre-war elevator building. The apartment's entrance foyer invites you into the ample sun-filled living room with breathtaking, unobstructed views from the Grand Army Arch and the entrance to Prospect Park, to the tip of Verrazano Bridge, and even to Lady Liberty. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Gracious, spacious, with sweeping Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park views, 45 Plaza St W, Apt #6AB offers phenomenal living and entertaining space on Park Slope's greenest block. The units were combined in 2001, each gut renovated and masterfully pieced together by local artisans to create a large, open concept corner unit that retains its prewar charms. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: A beautiful, sprawling 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom apartment in Park Slope's premier full-service building, the grand 35 Prospect Park West situated right off Prospect Park. The elegant gem welcomes you into a large formal entry gallery with 2 closets, herringbone wood floors, and stunning millwork. This proceeds to a gracious layout with generous sun-filled rooms for easy living and entertaining. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Magnificent Park Slope grandeur awaits in this masterfully renovated seven-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom brownstone embracing chic contemporary style within breathtaking historic bones, just inches from Prospect Park. See floor plan and full details here.

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