570 Broome, the latest addition to the flourishing West Soho neighborhood, has reached yet another milestone after recently launching sales, topping out at 25 stories. With closings slated to begin Fall 2018, 570 Broome has quickly made its mark in the neighborhood, offering one-of-a-kind luxury living at attainable price points in a flourishing neighborhood.
Designed by architect Tahir Demircioglu, founder of Builtd, the architecture evokes the character of the former printing district neighborhood through its large framed windows, soaring ceiling heights and a silhouette evocative of staggered cubes.
The 54-unit luxury boutique condominium building will offer one to three bedroom residences with interiors designed by SOM.
The lobby, a standout feature of the building, will feature a captivating, custom light installation by SOM that spans the entire ceiling, and a private entry garden with a Japanese maple tree centerpiece meant to promote serenity. The interior stonework, hand selected by Greek architect Spiros Soulis from the Iktinos Marmaron quarries in Greece, is a timeless material in enduring value, and its qualities are unique only to 570 Broome.
Amenities will include 24-hour attended lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center with a Peloton-equipped gym and yoga studio, resident’s lounge with a game room, landscaped outdoor terrace, complimentary indoor bike storage and private storage available for purchase. Stribling Marketing Associates handling sales. Source by 570 Broome, photos Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.
Article by Marco Rinaldi