It’ll Cost Upwards of $800k to Live Inside the Cantilevered Condo at 100 Norfolk Street

Posted on: September 30th, 2014 at 6:03 am by
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100 Norfolk Street has yet to rise above its tattered plywood perimeter, yet its housing stock is already on the open market. The cantilevered mess of condos destined for this site are solely for the upper crust. Sales of the thirty homes went live yesterday, as did the official website.

The eyesore proposed for 100 Norfolk Street – there’s still no foundation – carries 30 units split between studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences (44,000 square-feet). There will also be amenities including private and public terraces, bike room, fitness center (with yoga), and auxiliary storage facilities.  It’s essentially the prelude to Essex Crossing across Delancey, and won’t bow until “late 2015” (give or take a couple years).

Prices will range from approximately $800,000 to over $4 million.

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Ariel Tirosh of Douglas Elliman is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the property. “100 Norfolk is a glistening gem in the heart of a thriving neighborhood,” the broker said in a statement. “The Lower East Side is poised for tremendous growth with additional large-scale development to come nearby. No other building comparable to 100 Norfolk, in terms of design, style and luxury, has come to market in this neighborhood. It will be a game changer and we expect demand to be very high.”

Get the barf bag.

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