The former Ratner's office and refrigeration space at 100 Norfolk Street will become?this. The building sold for $8.8 million in cash in April 2012, and the new owner announced that it would be replaced by a 44,000-square-foot condo building. That building, Bowery Boogie and ArchDaily reveal, will be this glassy, cantilevered structure designed by ODA. The apartments?38 in total?will get larger the higher one goes, and atop the 12 stories will be two green spaces of 5,000 square feet and 2,000 square feet.
The archibabble describes 100 Norfolk as expressing "unlimited potential and ambition hidden with its block?The unexpected massing, cladded in a glass curtain wall, reflects a paradoxical mid-block freestanding building offering striking views and strong interior light exposure for an array of residential spaces – a pendant above the city." From another angle:
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· Renderings Unveiled for 12-Story Cantilevered Condos at 100 Norfolk [Bowery Boogie]
· 100 Norfolk Street [ArchDaily]
· 100 Norfolk Street coverage [Curbed]