Sophisticated, serene and timeless, Richard Meier's minimalist design at One Grand Army Plaza is all about beautiful interiors with spectacular light and expansive views. Apartment 9F is a 1,946 sf corner unit with high ceilings, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a canopied sitting terrace. There are space-enhancing floor to ceiling window-wall views of open sky, Olmsted's 500 acre Prospect Park with air-freshening greenery, the dramatic arch of Grand Army Plaza, and the spare Moderne-style Brooklyn Public Library, now with live outdoor performances. The apartment layout is ideal for relaxing, working at home and entertaining. The expansive loft-like great room with open living, dining and kitchen exemplify the hallmarks of minimalism with order, rigor, and nothing unnecessary. Three bedrooms and two baths are down a wide corridor that separates the great room from the sleeping spaces. Details include high end appliances, wide rift-cut oak plank flooring, bathroom floors with radiant heat, 3 zone HVAC, custom closets and cabinets, and a laundry closet with washer dryer. There are additional laundry facilities, bike storage, and a huge deeded storage space on the lower level. The massive common roof deck with panoramic views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines, New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, and Prospect Park is enjoyed by all. At ground level there are 3,500 square feet of lounge and play space, a screening room and space for special events. Valet parking is adjacent to the building. Prospect Heights and Park Slope destinations include the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, the year-round Saturday Greenmarket and shops and restaurants too numerous to list for fear of missing even one. This full-service, well-managed condominium has a 421A Real Estate Tax abatement through June 2035.