My first thought was "Great place but it would be hard to decorate as anything but a bachelor pad." Turns out Esquire magazine was thinking the same thing and decorated the pad with just that in mind.
Every year Esquire magazine transforms an apartment or "bachelor pad" to host charity and celebrity events. This year they chose the clock tower penthouse apartment in the Dumbo building in Brooklyn. Each room was decorated by a different designer which is naturally nice, and gives them a chance to showcase their work, but it's usually not cohesive. However, to each his own.
They've even added a fifth clock which acts as computer screen showing different views of great travel places in the world. The wall on the right is used as a display screen to view your twitter account. Bit much I think, but boys and their toys.
The apartment was recently shown on the Today show, but I can't view it because I'm from Canada so for those who can check it out. There are some really nice features that are worth seeing.