Autonomous, profit-driven, and constrained by thorough regulations, Manhattan blocks can reveal unexpected urban possibilities. On 100 Norfolk, an inner lot was meant to host a through-building, 70 feet away from the corner with Delancey St. In a fluid give and take between the governing rules and development ambitions, 100 Norfolk takes the typical building model and flips it on its head, creating a new relationship in the New York development parameters.
Rather than growing vertically, 100 Norfolk grows diagonally, enjoying increments of area every two floors. Studying the adjacent properties revealed 11,000 square feet of available air rights that could…
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|Location||New York, New York, United States|
|Program Type||Apartment, Housing|
|Year||Build completed in the year 2018|
|Tags||Residential Architecture, Housing, Loft apartments, Luxury Apartment, United States, New York, Jersey City, Apartments|
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