The Switch Building at 109 Norfolk Street pioneered luxury living in the Lower East Side. The Penthouse duplex unit is now available to anyone who wants to live well in NYC's perennially coolest neighborhood. Please note that the ground floor and lower leveled gallery space is also available for purchase and can be used for commercial or personal usage (an additional 2,600+ square feet!).
Outstanding downtown views, oversized windows, huge private outdoor space and gracious entertaining space make this Penthouse special and unique. When entering the PH at 109 Norfolk by private elevator, you're greeted by a loft that has been painstakingly crafted to combine the best of Downtown sophistication and contemporary flair. The open loft layout features east-facing views, with a wood-burning fireplace and large dining area that can easily fit a table for 12+ that will make any host green with envy. In the open kitchen, you'll find custom stainless steel counter-tops with Bosch oven/stove, dishwasher and microwave, Sub-Zero fridge, and built-in wine cooler. Down the hall, you'll find one half bathroom and one full guest bathroom. There are two additional bedrooms that feature floor-to-ceiling windows that open out onto a private balcony with landmark Downtown views. Off of the kitchen, you'll find a modern glass-enclosed staircase that leads up to a full-floor master suite (literally defines, "going up to bed?). The master bathroom features large soaking tub and chic, floor-to-ceiling windowed, double rainfall shower that fits two or more bathers. Not to be missed, the stunning (approx.) 1,000 sq ft landscaped private roof terrace is located off the master suite and also offers its own private entrance via elevator as well so your guests can access while keeping your personal spaces private.
The Switch Penthouse is perfect for the discerning buyer who wants a chic residence while maintaining the utmost privacy and discretion, a must see.
The Switch Building is a boutique, 5-unit building located in prime Lower East Side. The neighborhood hosts some of the best nightlife in Manhattan, but also stays very quiet since it is located on Norfolk Street. Nearby notable restaurants include Russ & Daughters Café, Beauty & Essex, and Kat'z Delicatessen. The brand new Essex Market is located less than a block away.