Developer Adam America Real Estate (AARE), along with partners The Naveh Shuster Group and The Horizon Group, hosted an evening with the creator of The Lowline underground park at their newest building, 100 Norfolk.
The event featured a discussion with James Ramsey, the creator and visionary behind the Lowline.
The Lowline will utilize innovative solar technology to create the largest underground park in the world, using a previously abandoned trolley terminal underneath Delancey Street as its site.
Plans for The Lowline coincide with the reinvigoration of the Lower East Side, offering the neighborhood a unique, cutting-edge landmark to be enjoyed by the entire community.
“The 100 Norfolk team is pleased to raise awareness for the Lowline and bring the Lower East Side community together in celebration for the many exciting projects coming to the future,” said Douglas Elliman’s Ariel Tirosh, broker for 100 Norfolk.
100 Norfolk, now 90 percent sold, is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2016 and will consist of 38 high-end residential units with a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments.
The luxury condominium’s cantilevered structure and glass façade were designed by ODA Architecture. The 12-story building will feature a roof-deck plus an outdoor garden lounge and tenants will also have full access to a fitness center, yoga room, bike room and auxiliary storage.
A number of exciting public development projects, The Lowline among them, are slated to be built in the area neighboring 100 Norfolk’s luxury apartment building.
The past few years have brought a dramatic transformation to the Lower East Side, including trendy restaurants, boutiques, galleries and nightlife spots.
Essex Crossing, a mixed-use development project led by the city which will propel the revitalization of the neighborhood, will be located across the street from 100 Norfolk.