Love it or hate it — the new cantilevered condominium at 100 Norfolk St. is on its way. Today Douglas Elliman launched sales for the ultra-modern tower that will sit across the street from the big Essex Crossing complex on Delancey Street. According to a press release, prices for the 38 apartments will range from $800,000-$4,000,000. There are two expansive roof decks.
The building is a collaboration among Adam America Real Estate, the Naveh Shuster Group and the Horizon Group. It was designed by ODA Architecture. Adam America co-founder Omri Sachs said, “Our motivation in developing 100 Norfolk was to capture the beauty and vitality of the Lower East Side.” Referencing Essex Crossing, Ariel Tirosh of Douglas Elliman, added, “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.”
Construction is expected to be finished late next year. The single story building formerly on the site was a refrigeration facility for the famed Jewish deli, Ratner’s, which closed in 2002. Air rights from 134, 136 and 138 Delancey were transferred in order to allow the cantilevered tower.
Exterior image: Moso Studio; interior renderings by Redundant Pixel, LLC.