An Artsy Brooklyn Penthouse with Next-Level Rooftop Views

This modern one-bedroom penthouse in Bushwick is tricked out with high-end amenities, loads of light, and a private roof deck.

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Initially, this modern boutique condo wasn’t a piece of eye candy. The building in prime Bushwick was heavily tagged with spray paint and looked run-down and depleted. But instead of wiping it clean, the agent appealed to the area’s street art and commissioned two well-known artists, Lauren Asta and Adam Kiyoshi Fujita, to paint the street-level exterior—creating a trendy identity for the location.

The modern condo includes an elevator, parking garage, and bike storage. Inside, the foyer leads into an open living room with loads of natural lighting and bamboo flooring. The great-for-NYC-sized kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and washer-dryer combo with enough space for a dining room table. The spacious bedroom has a large closet and southern exposures coming from the sunny outdoor terrace. The bathroom boasts a spa-like glass-enclosed rain shower with stone mosaic.

But quite possibly the best feature of this property is the private roof deck, which offers an additional 670 square feet of living and incredible views of the Manhattan skyline.

Are you on the house hunt, or just the type of person who loves browsing real estate listings, even when you’re not in the market for a new home? Property Crush is a column where we feature actual real estate listings that get the Apartment Therapy seal of approval in regards to style (we haven’t done home inspections or anything, so don’t sue us).

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