Luxury Ballroom Apartment | Available Now - You can now live in a relic of Rochester history in this newly-renovated ballroom apartment - only available at the Normandie!
This new studio apartment features high cathedral ceilings, intricate baseboards, decorative moldings, and historic Corinthian columns that have been preserved from their original 1930's condition. The detailed Greek architecture is truly captivating in this beautiful home.
Renovated in 2020, this unit includes new stainless steel appliances, luxury vinyl tile flooring, washer and dryer, modern light fixtures, frameless walk-in shower with dual spray shower heads, self-controlled heat and A/C, and a new bathroom vanity complete with an LED touch mirror.
All utilities are included as well as a reserved parking lot space, private entry, and a private lobby reserved for our ballroom tenants.
Make yourself at home in this beautiful ballroom apartment - call us today for more information and to schedule an in-person or virtual tour!
Monthly income requirement of 3x rent. $20.00 non-refundable application fee.
Built in the 1930’s, the Normandie building offers a truly unique living experience in the heart of the vibrant Park Avenue neighborhood. Preserving many of the building’s architectural details, the Normandie offers a rich Old Hollywood vibe with beautiful upgrades for luxury living. Each apartment has a different layout, and no two units are quite the same! Enjoy the building’s on-site parking, lobby and freight elevators, rooftop sundeck, private courtyard, Amazon hub station, and newly renovated units. With an eclectic mix of boutique stores, restaurants, bars and cafes all within walking distance, you can enjoy the convenience of all that Rochester has to offer. Residents come together for a host of popular events in the community, such as the Park Ave Summer Art Festival and the Park Ave Holiday Open House. Several Rochester landmarks are also located within close proximity to The Normandie, including the George Eastman House, Memorial Art Gallery, and the Rochester Museum and Science Center.