565 Broome is an exceptional new luxury condominium tower designed by legendary architect Renzo Piano. 565 Broome draws on the neighborhood’s history and architectural character, combining the ample space and natural light of classic SoHo lofts with the exquisite finishes and thoughtful craftsmanship of a top-end luxury condominium building. The 30-story tower has two spires, and its 115 residences, which range from studios to 4-bedroom homes and include duplexes and penthouses, have floor-to-ceiling windows.
Located in the desirable Lower Manhattan enclave of SoHo in close proximity to Tribeca and the Hudson River Greenway, 565 Broome also offers convenient access to the Financial District, West Village, and more. Amenities include a swimming pool and state-of-the-art fitness center for residents as well as automated parking, private storage, and shops on the ground level.
It will feature curved glass corners that the Renzo Piano Building Workshopdesigned to offer residents views across the Hudson River, as well as over the Soho and Tribeca rooftops.
The tower will be the Italian architect’s first residential project in New York, following his firm’s completion of the new home for the Whitney Museum of American Art.
It is expected to be just under 100 meters tall and will contain a total of 115 apartments, which will all have floor-to-ceiling windows.
Accommodation includes studios, four-bedroom homes as well as duplexes and penthouses, which will have floor-to-ceiling windows.
Residents will have access to a fitness centre, an indoor-heated pool and a children’s playroom. There will also be an interior landscaped lounge with a wet bar and a landscape terrace.
565 Broome Soho is being developed through a partnership between real-estate firms Halpern Real Estate Ventures, Itzhaki Acquisition and Bizzi & Partners Development. They are looking for a sellout of more than $650 million. Construction is already underway on the 30-story Soho development, but sales are yet to get underway on the condo’s 115 apartments. Pricing however was unveiled last month, and condos at 565 Broome Soho, as the project is known, will start from $1 million for a studio and go upwards of $20 million for a four-bedroom. Construction on the project is expected to wrap up sometime in 2018.
Rendering credit to Noë & Associates with The Boundary.
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