The sought-after neighbourhood of West Soho will soon become home to a 54-unit luxury boutique condominium, joining a new development by famed Italian architect Renzo Piano. Designed by Tahir Demicioglu of Builtd, 570 Broome's one- to three-bedroom residences have now hit the market, boasting an interior design scheme from prolific architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
"The addition of 570 Broome to West Soho will continue to raise the bar of living within the neighbourhood," said Murat Agirnasli of Agime Group, the building's developer. "We worked to create a beautiful and modern design that pays homage to the neighbourhood's architectural heritage, while enhancing the character of the existing urban fabric."
The facade of the 25-storey "staggered cube" building will be composed of Neolith sintered stone slabs that frame three-storey-high glass expanses. Complementing the exterior character, Greek architect Spiros Soulis has selected the interior stonework, which will be imported from Greece's Iktinos Marmaron quarries.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is the appointed interior designer of the project, outfitting the lobby with a custom ceiling light installation and an entry garden anchored by a Japanese maple tree. Each residence will include hardwood solid oak floors with a toasted walnut finish, 10-foot-nine ceiling heights, and sweeping floor-to-ceiling windows. The penthouses up the ante even more, with full-floor units featuring direct elevator service.
Amenity offerings include a fitness centre and a private lounging space with a games room opening onto a landscaped outdoor terrace. Residences are selling for a pretty penny; the cheapest is listed at $1,350,000. The development team is hoping to secure occupancy within the next year.
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