Soho has is known for its cobblestone streets filled with countless boutique shops and trendy loft apartments. Now, two new towers are bringing more homes to this coveted Manhattan neighborhood.
Developers Bizzi and Partners and Architect Renzo Piano Building Workshop have joined together to bring the newest Soho addition, 565 Broome Street, which is made up of two connecting towers, both standing 30 floors tall with 115 apartments total.
The facade of the building is modern and glassy, while the interior has studios to three-bedroom condominiums that all feature the classic Soho high ceilings, with floor-to-ceiling windows, polished hardwood floors, convenient washer and dryer in the apartment, large walk-in closets, and an open kitchen. The kitchens are lavishly finished with stainless steel appliances, custom wood cabinets, a large kitchen island, and matching backsplash. Bathrooms are complete with double vanities topped with marble countertops, slate tile, a large soaking tub, and a rain shower surrounded by glass walls.
A few of the great amenities at 565 Broome Street include a fully-equipped fitness center, sauna, large pool, library, landscaped courtyard, and a rooftop terrace. While new developments may continue to rise in Soho, many of the original boutiques, iconic restaurants, and trendy art galleries remain in the neighborhood. 565 is located near parks, a short walk away from the Hudson River, and is close to numerous subway lines, offering easy access to the rest of the city.
Studios start at $1,095,000, one-bedrooms start at $2,300,000, two-bedrooms start at $3,750,000, and three-bedrooms are $5,400,000.