Own 10 Garage Parking Spots Inside Upper-Crust 115 Norfolk Street for $890K

Posted on: March 25th, 2016 at 5:19 am by
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There hasn’t been much news of note from 115 Norfolk Street in recent years. Nicknamed by local media as “Son of Thor,” the Gryzwinski + Pons designed starchitecture is as antiseptic as its Hotel on Rivington kin. To live here requires at least $1.4 million for a one-bedroom apartment. And if you want a parking spot in the coveted basement garage?

Well, that’s the subject of this post.

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Ten private condo parking spaces are now available for purchase. Pricing is in the six figures. It’s the second time in recent years, by our count, that a sale of this kind has transpired.

10 Private Condo parking spaces available for sale: 8 Available automobile spaces at $100,000 each 2 Available motorcycle spaces at $45 each ($890,000 for all 10 spaces) Common Charges are $115 per month per each space Taxes are approx. $30 per month per each space Assessment $7,000 per year per each space payable over 10 years.

Located in the basement garage at the Luxury Residential Condo Building 115 Norfolk Street Entrance to the garage is through the front of the building, you would enter into the car lift which will take you down to the basement which will open right up into the garage area.

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