115 Norfolk Street to Hit the Open Market

Posted on: December 17th, 2010 at 6:08 am by

Two weeks ago, the last of the plywood was removed from the new “Son of Thor” condo-plex at 115 Norfolk Street.  And there was a brief period where anyone could walk into the open-air foyer (no longer, though).  So we obliged, natch.  From this vantage point, the building further revealed itself as an antiseptic entity, exuding that Office Space, suburban industrial park feel.

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Rant over. Anyway, the Real Deal is now reporting that the first apartments in the Gryzwinski + Pons designed building will hit the block next week.  Prudential Douglas Elliman is the exclusive brokerage.  Overall, there are 24 domiciles to be had, split between one-, two- and three-bedroom units, as well as two penthouses.  Per the article:

Each apartment is laid out in a “wing” style, with a bedroom or office situated on either side of the main living room and kitchen area. The building includes a basement parking garage accessed via hydraulic elevator, a communal garden, a roof deck and a virtual doorman.

Units start at $655,000 for 558-square-foot one-bedrooms and $1.5 million for two-bedrooms. A 2,000-square-foot, three-bedroom penthouse has an asking price in excess of $3 million.

The model units on the third floor have also been pretty active recently.  Apparently those in the “music and high tech industries” already expressed interest in the new development.

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