Located on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, 100 Norfolk encompasses 38 luxury residences in a cantilevered building designed by Eran Chen of ODA. Nearing sellout, 100 Norfolk boasts a glass-and-truss façade, the 12-story, 50,000-square-foot structure is situated directly across the street from Essex Crossing, a 1.9 million-square-foot, mixed-use development that will include 1,000 residences and 850,000 square feet of retail and office space over nine sites.
100 Norfolk comprises studio through three-bedroom residences, each equipped with in-unit washer/dryers. as well as central air and heating systems. Kitchens have open layouts, quartz countertops and backsplashes, cabinetry by New York-based Bazzeo and cutting-edge appliances by Gaggenau, while master bathrooms are equipped with walnut vanities, marble countertops, soaking tubs and glass showers.
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker Ariel Tirosh, who is marketing the property for Douglas Elliman, explained to Multi-Housing News that the Lower East Side is in the midst of transitioning: “It used to be a very young neighborhood of mostly newcomers, but with the luxury and services that are in (100 Norfolk) and in the neighborhood, we see the 50+ demographic buying (more often).”
Amenities include a gym and yoga room, secure bicycle storage and a third-floor garden lounge. An outdoor rooftop terrace offers sweeping views of downtown Manhattan and the Williamsburg Bridge, which provides quick access to Brooklyn, pointing to what Tirosh describes as one of the asset’s strongest selling points—its surroundings.
“You’re so central to downtown Manhattan, and the subway is right here, so it gives people a quick way to get uptown or to Midtown,” Tirosh commented. “Twelve stories in this low-rise neighborhood is tall, so the views are phenomenal.”