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Green Co-op Apartment at 170 Norfolk Street Sells for $565,000

An environmentally friendly green co-op apartment at 170 Norfolk Street on the border of the East Village and the Lower East Side / Loisada just sold for $565,000, a slight drop from the apartment’s original $599,000 list price.

The apartment has approximately 500 sq. ft., and — here’s the pièce de résistance — the rights to an incredible private vegetable garden. The listing said that the apartment also comes with “plans for solar panels to generate 100% of apartment’s energy.”
NYC vegetable garden with compost on co-op roof

Other green features include:


  • Low-E triple pane argon filled windows
  • A water filter
  • Wind energy powered electricity
  • Biofuel for heat and hot water; and
  • Energy efficient light bulbs

This sale represents a new record for the highest price ever paid for a co-op at 170 Norfolk. Before this sale, the highest price ever paid for a co-op in the building was $530,000, the price paid by the current seller for the same apartment in June 2005.

Record Price Paid for Green Co-op Apt. at 170 Norfolk Street

The seller was Lewis Kofsky, a partner, producer, and Director of CG/VFX at Curious Pictures, a digital design and entertainment company in the Village.

The buyers are Dr. Noga Shalev and Sarah Oppenheimer.

Corcoran broker Alex Nicholas had the exclusive.

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December 30, 2009   No Comments

Parker Posey Sells Her Coop for $1.31 Million

Parker PoseyParker Posey sold her three room East Village coop apartment at 119 East 10th Street for $1.31 million. Jeremy A. Rossman bought the brownstone apartment for $135,000 over the asking price of $1,175,000.According to the New York Times, Posey’s former neighbors in the building included:

  • Chloë Sevigny, who paid $1.19 million for her coop apartment in April 2005
  • James Iha, the former Smashing Pumpkins guitarist, and
  • Sculptor Robert Gober

According to NYC records, the indie actress headed a bit westward to another coop on Fifth Avenue just north of Washington Square Park.

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February 29, 2008   No Comments