115 Norfolk Street - by Gryzwinski + Pons
115 Norfolk is the latest in a string of condos built in the last several years on the block, including the Blue Condominium at 105 Norfolk and the Switch Building at 109 Norfolk.
115 Norfolk was designed by Gryzwinski + Pons, with one, two, and three bedroom units; 24 in total. This new construction condo offers innovative and contemporary architecture paired with a luxurious feel. Although the building is brand new, the homes have been designed with character. Features include raw textures, industrial concrete ceilings, exposed concrete columns, and white oak floors. The finishes and fixtures are all very high-end, as one expects from a quality New Development: Bosch cook top, range, and dishwasher, Liebherr refrigerator, Julien sink, Blanco faucet, garbage disposal, black granite countertop, and W/D hook up. Surrounded by some of downtown’s finest eateries, galleries, and bars, 115 Norfolk is located in one of NYC’s hottest neighborhoods.
We’re seeing developers of boutique condo buildings choosing to enlist a virtual doorman more and more, instead of the traditional doorman. This function provides the security, but keeps common charges to a minimum. 115 Norfolk features a virtual doorman, along with a basement parking garage accessible directly through the buildings elevator, and roof deck.
Neighborhood: Lower East Side
Service: Virtual doorman
Size: 7 Floors. 24 Apartments
Amenities: Garage, Roof deck
About the Lower East Side
Located on the southeastern part of Manhattan, the Lower East Side is rich in history, diversity, and unique, trendy character. It has traditionally been an immigrant, working class neighborhood, but has undergone rapid change in recent years. The neighborhood is now home to some of the hottest bars and restaurants in the city.
Katz’s Delicatessen: 205 East Houston Street
Tenement Museum: 108 Orchard Street
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