Williamsburg’s most expensive penthouse is located in The Oosten, the new block-long luxury building that already shattered the record for the most expensive condo sale in Williamsburg history. The Oosten’s new top floor duplex is listed at $6.495 million and is currently the most expensive condo on the market in the neighborhood.
Designed by acclaimed Dutch architect Piet Boon with architecture by Think! Architecture, the development just unveiled the 5,098 square foot duplex penthouse. Toronto-based boutique design studio, Abraham Chan, designed the beautiful residence that features five bedrooms with en-suite baths, river, bridge and Manhattan views.
There are two terraces, one which faces outward and the other opens onto a courtyard facing terrace with a hot tub. A spacious kitchen is located on the top-floor and custom millwork, glass and steel doors designed by Boon can be found throughout the space.
Unquestionably modern, Boon’s style boasts a classical touch that is evidenced by his affinity for pure, organic materials and a subdued palette. Oosten also features an unprecedented level of amenities including two lobbies, a 24-hour concierge, an enormous courtyard, a landscaped rooftop with reflection pool, a lap pool, a library and a children’s playroom, as well as a fitness center with a spa.