Perched high above downtown Fort Wayne’s art district,15 floors above the Hoppy Gnome is Unit 1504 in the Anthony Wayne Building. Eighty running feet of floor-to-ceiling windows boast west-facing views that include the Allen County Courthouse, Lincoln Tower, Parkview Field, and spectacular sunsets. This penthouse provides expansive and far-reaching views. The condo comes with three full-size parking spaces in the secure, covered garage, a fifth-floor common area, and no steps from both the street and the parking garage. Stand-out features include imported marble and granite, African Mahogany (Sapele), super-quiet dual Lutron motorized shades throughout, 8’ doors, and 9’ ceilings. Control4 panelized lighting and home automation make controlling the condo easy and efficient. The open living, dining, and kitchen areas have heated cork flooring, acoustical fabric ceilings, built-in window seats, and a linear fireplace. Angled and curved walls and cove lighting add elegance throughout. The guest half bath has specialty marble, a vessel sink, and a faucet coming through the mirror. The kitchen features a 36” Wolf gas cooktop with a built-in grill and stainless steel hood and backsplash, a Miele warming drawer, and a built-in coffee system. Three Fisher & Paykel dish drawers, a Jenn-Air microwave, a convection oven, and a side-by-side refrigerator. There is a kitchen island and an attached built-in dining room table that mirrors a cantilevered Sapele bulkhead. The beds in both the primary and guest bedrooms are angled to take advantage of the incredible views. Both bedrooms have soft carpet and wall-mounted TVs. Each bathroom is tiled floor to ceiling in imported Italian porcelain tile. The primary bathroom has a large Tea for Two bubble massage tub in the window, and the large custom shower provides a luxurious shower experience. The primary bedroom also has another linear fireplace and a built-in desk. The huge walk-in closet has custom cabinets and flexible shelving. The laundry is discreetly camouflaged to blend in with the rest of the cabinetry. This condo was designed by Rod Collier of Rottmann-Collier Architects of Indy, built by Strebig Construction, acoustics by Russ Berger of RBDG, Dallas TX, and interior design by Sue Parish.