April 25, 2015 – Spacious Park Slope Co-op on Prospect Park

9 Prospect Park West, Apt. 16A
Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York
$3,499,000 | 4 Bedrooms | 5 Bathrooms

Remarkable four bedroom, five bathroom prewar apartment on the 16th floor at 9 Prospect Park West, one of the most revered and sought-after full-service coops in Park Slope. From the private elevator landing to the amazing entrance gallery, this “mansion with views” also includes a renovated kitchen (SubZero refrigerator and two-drawer under-counter freezer & Bosch dishwasher) with separate butler’s pantry, 50- bottle wine cooler, large formal dining room, a home office and a full laundry room.

Want to learn more? Go to corcoran.com.

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Happy #Caturday from the Brooklyn Museum! This is a monthly celebration of cats based on our exhibition Divine Felines: Cats in Ancient Egypt.

The great sphinx of Giza – a lion with the face of king Khafre, is usually one of the first images that comes to mind when someone mentions Egypt. But, did you know that there were many types of sphinxes in ancient Egypt? The sphinx is a creature with a lion’s body and human head.

This bronze striding sphinx represents the god Tutu. The Egyptians appealed to this mighty divinity for such personal issues as fertility, birth, and health. Believed to control a person’s fate and fortune, he also commanded demonic entities, preventing them from harming individuals or harnessing their power for protection. 

Tutu’s might is perceptible in his image. Not only does it include two potent symbols of strength - a king’s head and a leonine body - but also has falcon wings and a snake-like tail. The cobras on Tutu’s sides represent two of the demons that he controls.

See this striding sphinx and other ancient Egyptian cats on view now in #DivineFelines!

Posted by Yekaterina Barbash