The long journey of the Lower East Side's 115 Norfolk Street, from The Hotel on Rivington architects Grzywinski+Pons, has reached the homestretch: It's sellin' time! Norfolk Street already has nouveau condo buildings like BLUE and the Switch Building, but it's been a while since something so glassy debuted on the LES's most jarring architecture row. (Should West 19th Street watch its back? Eh, probably not.) The full website will launch soon and the 24 one-, two- and three-bedroom residences are a moment away from hitting the market, according to Prudential Douglas Elliman's Ariel Tirosh. Prices? Fun features? Read on.
The apartments range in size from 588 square feet to over 2,000 square feet on the three-bedroom penthouse, and they'll be priced from $650,000 to over $3 million. The concrete columns and ceilings give the apartments a loft type of feel, but these are far from raw residences. Design touches include white oak floors, Liebherr refrigerators, black granite backsplashes and countertops. Some units have balconies and terraces, there's private parking down below accessible via elevator, and the building uses a virtual doorman.
Despite the facade not quite looking like originally promised, that groovy glass atrium survived until the end, it seems. Have a look through the gallery for some interior shots and sample floorplans.
· 115 Norfolk Street [115norfolk.com]
· 115 Norfolk Street coverage [Curbed]