New York’s Williamsburg area has seen interest and prices rise dramatically in the past several years. The Oosten, designed by Dutch architect with architecture by Think! Architecture is a block-long luxury building with 216 units that has attracted plenty of media buzz over the last several years.

The  most expensive condo on the market in Williamsburg is located in The Oosten and is a top floor duplex is listed at $6.495 million. The 5,098-square-foot penthouse has interiors by Toronto-based boutique design studio, Abraham Chan.

The five bedroom apartment features 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.

Boon’s style boasts a classical touch that is evidenced by his affinity for pure, organic materials and a subdued palette. The building also has a variety 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.