Signage is up at ODA Architecture-designed 100 Norfolk in the Lower East Side.
Sales at the 38-unit project are set to launch within the next two weeks, according to building reps, who passed along the above construction shot.
Located between Rivington and Delancey streets, the condos are being developed by Adam America, Horizon Group and Naveh Shuster Ltd. Residences will range from studio to three-bedroom units. Cladded in a glass curtain wall, the completed development will extend over its low-rise neighbors, providing “striking views and strong interior light exposure for an array of residential spaces,” according to ODA’s site. The condo offering plan, with an initial price of $58.789 million, was accepted in January.
100 Norfolk was home to the offices and refrigerators for kosher dairy restaurant Ratner’s, which shuttered in 2002. In April 2013, demolition permits were filed for the existing two-story building on the lot, according to Bowery Boogie.