Located in the trendy DUBMO (down under the Manhattan bridge overpass) neighbourhood of Brooklyn, New York is One Main Street; a 126-unit loft conversion by David Walentas (creator of the DUMBO neighbourhood) in 1998. The former cardboard box factory was originally built in 1915 and features a beautiful clock tower.
Walentas renamed it the Clocktower Building with the pièce de résistance being a 3-floor penthouse spanning over 6,813 square feet (633 sq. m) and defined by four 14-ft glass clocks on every wall. The three bedroom, 3.5 bathroom penthouse offers 360-degree views, soaring 16-50 ft ceilings, a glass-enclosed private elevator and a skyroof cabana and open deck.
The property was first listed in 2009 for a cool $25 million but has remained unsold on the market, unable to find a buyer willing to purchase what would be the most expensive property ever bought in Brooklyn. In 2011 the property was re-listed for $23.5 million and was also offered as a $50,000/month rental.
This week we will show you the elegant Mill Valley Residence in Marin, California, a project by CSS Architecture. This house is really beautiful. The exterior is impressive with its shapes, colors and materials. Interiors are elegant and sophisticated. Definitely a great place to live.
iPhone 6 Concept Exclusive 2013-- Curved Wrap Around AMOLED display & features, ideas & design 3D Render video. Could this be the next generation iphone? Last month, Apple filed a patent for a wraparound style display for what could be the next iPhone. We turned on our 3D rendering machine to come up with what we think the next gen iPhone could look like.
Twitter's new standalone music service finally arrives today on your desktop, but even more importantly, on your go-everywhere iPhone.
The social media company unveiled the new service on Good Morning America and in a blog post. Called "Twitter #music" — yes, the hashtag is intentional —the app "uses Twitter activity, including Tweets and engagement, to detect and surface the most popular tracks and emerging artists," Twitter wrote in the post.
The free app and service will also be a home for music-related information, so you can find and follow musicians and learn more about which musicians they follow, which will then, of course, lead to more music discovery.