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105 Norfolk Street
105 Norfolk Street
Condo, Postwar
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number J Subway number M Subway number Z Subway number B Subway number D
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number J Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number M Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number Z Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number B Chrystie St - Grand St
Subway number D Chrystie St - Grand St
Details
Condo
PostWar
Built in 2005
16 floors
30 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Fitness center
Package room
Private storage
24-hr Attended Lobby
Refrigerated Storage for Grocery Deliveries
8000sf of Common Terraces
Bicycle Room
Full-Time Superintendent
BLUE - the Lower East Side's First Luxury Doorman Condo
BLUE soars sixteen stories into the sky. Its facade of pixilated blue glass and bold sculptural design by Bernard Tschumi, one of the world's most innovative architects, announces it boldly to New York's fabled Lower East Side. The building is full-service and entirely original. It features a full-time doorman, cold storage, and over 8,000 square feet of outdoor space. The building is near the subway and very pet-friendly.

Lower East Side
Downtown East, from Canal Street to Houston Street, from the East River to the Bowery.
The Lower East Side is an expanse in Manhattan that ranges from the historic — renters can still find a great selection of walkups, mostly without doormen — to the modern. Blue, a bold condo from French abstract architect Bernard Tschumi, offers Lower East Siders a roof terrace and a cold storage locker for Fresh Direct deliveries in addition to 24-hour doorman service. At 17 Orchard on the Lower East Side, floor-through condos with oversized windows have stacked washer/dryers and custom cabinets.
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105 Norfolk Street
105 Norfolk Street
Condo, Postwar
BLUE - the Lower East Side's First Luxury Doorman Condo
BLUE soars sixteen stories into the sky. Its facade of pixilated blue glass and bold sculptural design by Bernard Tschumi, one of the world's most innovative architects, announces it boldly to New York's fabled Lower East Side. The building is full-service and entirely original. It features a full-time doorman, cold storage, and over 8,000 square feet of outdoor space. The building is near the subway and very pet-friendly.
Condo
PostWar
Built in 2005
16 floors
30 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Concierge
Doorman
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Fitness center
Package room
Private storage
24-hr Attended Lobby
Refrigerated Storage for Grocery Deliveries
8000sf of Common Terraces
Bicycle Room
Full-Time Superintendent
Unit Price Beds Baths Date Sold
4A $800,000 1 1 10/25/2011
Lower East Side
Downtown East, from Canal Street to Houston Street, from the East River to the Bowery.
The Lower East Side is an expanse in Manhattan that ranges from the historic — renters can still find a great selection of walkups, mostly without doormen — to the modern. Blue, a bold condo from French abstract architect Bernard Tschumi, offers Lower East Siders a roof terrace and a cold storage locker for Fresh Direct deliveries in addition to 24-hour doorman service. At 17 Orchard on the Lower East Side, floor-through condos with oversized windows have stacked washer/dryers and custom cabinets.
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number J Subway number M Subway number Z Subway number B Subway number D
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number J Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number M Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number Z Norfolk St - Delancey St
Subway number B Chrystie St - Grand St
Subway number D Chrystie St - Grand St