OK then. This 12-story, 38-unit residence has been OK'd by the city to rise at 100 Norfolk Street, in space that was once used as the refrigeration facility for Ratner's.
The building will include a 5,000-square foot rooftop and a 2,000-square-foot roof deck, according to ArchDaily, which first reported on this yesterday.
Highly visible from Delancey Street and in close proximity to Williamsburg Bridge, 100 Norfolk will become an iconic addition to Lower East Side skyline, signifying the passage between Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Do you think that this is an iconic addition to the LES skyline?
Check out The Lo-Down and BoweryBoogie for more. And here's more from Crain's on the deal from last spring.