Supermodel Shalom Harlow Lists Eclectic and Bright Brooklyn Condo
Icon of the ’90s supermodel Shalom Harlow just listed her industrial-chic, bright Brooklyn condo. Harlow is a well-known face in the fashion world, appearing on magazine covers such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Cosmopolitan, as well as walking for couture brands like Prada, Fendi, Chanel, and Christian Dior. The condo must have been a tranquil spot to steal away from the spotlight for the supermodel, but now it can be enjoyed by someone new for $1.895 million.
An eclectic style runs through the pre-war abode, perhaps a reflection of Harlow’s worldly travels as a model. It is full of one-of-a-kind details like custom doorknobs and a custom sliding barn door, as well as cool reclaimed barn siding from New Hampshire that adorns the bathroom walls. The unique light fixtures also add funky flair.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom city haven has all white oak wood flooring with the exception of the heated tiled floors in the master bath. An open kitchen and living area can make for lovely entertaining along with the gorgeous views of lower Manhattan. Sun shines on all corners of the home thanks to the large industrial windows. Both bedrooms have their own closets, resulting in great storage for any fashion fanatic.
Perched in One Brooklyn Bridge Park, the condo has access to a vast array of building amenities including a screening room, game room, yoga studio, kids playroom, and 3,000-square-feet gym with three cardio rooms. Another building perk is a shuttle that brings residents to and from the subway during rush hour, the equivalent to royal treatment in New York City.
Joel Phillip Lasher and Rhea L. Cohen of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing.