Olympia Dumbo, the tallest condo in a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, is also home to the most expensive property there. Listed for $12.9 million, Residence 29A is one of the most expensive properties ever in the sought-after Dumbo neighborhood.
The two penthouses at Olympia will break the $15.5 million record of the epic Clock Tower penthouse next door if the penthouses sell for their asking prices, but those won’t be listing for another few months.
Residence 29A is the second-largest home in the 33-story building. It boasts 4,565 square feet of space and includes five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, a 501 square foot private terrace overlooking Manhattan and New York Harbor. Its foyer leads along a gallery to the light-filled great room, dining and kitchen areas. The Workstead-designed kitchen features an island with inlaid Fior di Bosco stone slab and chamfered edges, raked maple cabinetry paired with satin nickel hardware, and Gaggenau appliances, the kitchen comprises an integral part of an open living and dining area. The floor-to-ceiling windows at the great room look on to the monumental private terrace, situated along the full northwest side of the home.
Located off the gallery, the primary suite is complemented by an en-suite bathroom with Aglo Ceppo honed stone walls, flooring and countertops, brushed nickel shower controls, a freestanding soaking tub, and a custom-slatted white maple double vanity with satin nickel pulls, deck-mounted faucets and oak controls. Two walk-in closets complete the suite.
The 33-story condominium tower, featuring sail-like architecture by Hill West, is developed by Brooklyn-based Fortis Property Group, with interiors and amenities designed by renowned interior and architecture firm Workstead. The property offers 76 residences, ranging from one to five bedrooms with private terraces, plus penthouses, starting at approximately $1.75 million. Olympia Dumbo is home to 38,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces spread over three floors.