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Williamsburg penthouse designed by ODA New York seeks $4.45M

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The three-bedroom at 190 South 1st Street has almost as much outside space as inside space

As many brace for the impending shutdown of interborough service on the L train, one new condo project under construction in Williamsburg is situated to not suffer so badly: 190 South 1st Street, which is located close to the J, M, and Z trains. Sales for the development began a while back—it’s already 75 percent sold—but its penthouse just hit the market, listed at $4.45 million.

Developed by Adam America Real Estate and the Naveh Shuster Group, and designed by the prolific ODA New York, the 13-story building is at the corner of Driggs Avenue. Its penthouse has panoramic views spanning three bedrooms, four balconies (two attached to bedrooms), and a private roof terrace with an interior kitchenette and sitting area (with its own gas fireplace). The interior space adds up to 2,744 square feet and the exterior space totals 2,249 square feet. All of that is listed at $4.45 million.

The interior, also by ODA, features floor-to-ceiling windows, oak flooring with custom ceramic floor tiles in the powder rooms, walnut vanities, and white quartz countertops. Amenities in the 32-unit building include a landscaped terrace, planted seating areas, on-site parking for each residence, a fitness center, a doorman-attended lobby, bicycle storage, and private storage (available for purchase).