Last Units in ODA-Designed Modern Building on Williamsburg’s South Side Up for Grabs


    There are only a few apartments left at Williamsburg’s 190 South 1st Street — an ODA-designed building with modern flair and a wide number of amenities.

    The 13-story, 32-unit building developed by Adam America and the Naveh Shuster Group — offers studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom options. One of the highlights of the remaining apartments is a three-bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse that features great views of Brooklyn and Manhattan. The penthouse comes with a gas fireplace, central heating and air, floor-to-ceiling windows, exclusive roof terrace, and a private rooftop.


    The mostly white building is shaped like a three-dimensional letter L, surrounded with a landscaped garden terrace stretching across the top of one side. Protruding balconies create geometric patterns on the facade.

    The interiors feature a sleek modern design. The kitchens have custom Bosch appliances and concrete countertops. Each unit has oak hardwood flooring and ample closet space. Bathrooms feature Italian ceramic tiles and DreamSpray shower heads.


    ODA Architecture is known for its designs that resemble irregularly stacked boxes. Its other Brooklyn projects in the works include a Landmarks-approved reworking of a factory at 10 Jay Street in Dumbo inspired by sugar crystals.

    Building amenities include picnic areas on the aforementioned terrace and an in-house gym. Bicycle storage and on-site parking are available for purchase.

    The building is near two of Williamsburg’s biggest movie theaters, Williamsburg Cinemas and Nitehawk Cinema. It’s also close to boutiques and eateries clustered around Grand Street and Metropolitan Avenue, including Bird, Walter Foods, oyster spot Maison Premiere, and Mexican restaurant La Superior.

    For more information or to inquire about availabilities, head over to 190 South 1st’s site here.





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