From the moment you enter the elegant Art Deco lobby of The Normandy at 9437 Shore Road, you know you have arrived at a unique, well maintained piece of NYC history. From the brass hardware on the front doors to the stunning fireplace and marble floors, graciousness abounds. Even the building's el...
From the moment you enter the elegant Art Deco lobby of The Normandy at 9437 Shore Road, you know you have arrived at a unique, well maintained piece of NYC history. From the brass hardware on the front doors to the stunning fireplace and marble floors, graciousness abounds. Even the building's elevator door, with its geometric chrome design is a reminder of the classic style of 1930's New York.
This 55-unit, 1940 cooperative apartment building is in the verdant Fort Hamilton neighborhood of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, located directly across from Shore Road Park with views of lower New York Bay.
Apartment E8 is an elegant, renovated one bedroom home with views of the Verrazano Bridge. The graceful charm of arched door openings, hardwood floors and molding are complemented by designer paint colors and light fixtures, a wall of bookcases in the living room and the thoughtfully renovated kitchen and bathroom, both with windows. The spacious kitchen opens to a cozy dining area currently used as a home office; the apartment's foyer doubles as a dining area for entertaining. There are a total of 6 closets, one with a custom ELFA storage system.
The Coop and its sister building, The Brittany, feature a live-in super, two porters, a parking garage priced at $350 per month (wait listed), laundry rooms, bike room and storage lockers at $35 per month. Pets up to 30 lbs are permitted. There is ample street parking on Shore Road and both the X37 and X27 express busses stop close to the building. The "R" train is a short distance, as are shopping, services, entertainment and restaurants.
Subletting is permitted after two years in residence, with board approval. The apartment must be the primary residence of the shareholder; Pieds a Terres are not permitted, and parents may buy with children; gifting of funds is permitted with appropriate documentation.