ODA’s cantilevering Lower East Side condo, 100 Norfolk Street, is nearing completion, and just four apartments at the development are still on the market, Ariel Tirosh, of Douglas Elliman informed Curbed on a recent tour of the building, which is located across from the Essex Crossing megaproject.
The building recently saw the closing of a penthouse for $6.73 million. That sale was a combination of the two of the building’s three penthouses; the building’s third and final penthouse is also in contract.
The building opens up into a 27-foot-tall lobby, which will be decked out with artwork, and a fireplace—both these features had yet to be installed at the time of Curbed’s tour last week. The fitness center however—part of a glass enclosed space on the same floor—has been completed.
Tirosh explained to Curbed that the building’s unique cantilevered design means that almost no two units in this 38-unit development are identical. We started our tour right at the top, on the building’s rooftop terrace (two penthouses also have private terraces on this level, and there’s another shared terrace on the third floor). The most prominent view here is that of the Essex Crossing megaproject, which is rising on multiple sites across from 100 Norfolk Street.
We then made our way through a series of condos—the building’s 38 units come in studio through three-bedroom variants, and some of them have private outdoor spaces—and many of them have dramatic views of the city thanks to the large windows; these views will likely remain the same for the near future due to the height limitations in the surrounding areas.
Though the developers haven’t setup a model apartment yet (hence the lack of interior photos), condos here will come with a basic set of features including floor-to-ceiling windows, oak flooring, in-unit washers and dryers, Quartz countertops and backsplashes in the kitchen along with a Gaggenau appliance package.
Developed by Adam America Real Estate, in collaboration with the Naveh Shuster Group and the Horizon Group, this project was first announced in the summer of 2014. Sales launched in September that year, and now, residents are moving in nearly four years later.