Within a year from now 570 Broome will open its doors as one of New York City’s finest luxury boutique condominiums. It will be offering one–to-three-bedroom luxury residences in the former Printing District in West Soho, now the have-to-be-there-location for retailers, restaurants and businesses and a highly sought-after residential neighborhood. If you want to live a luxury life in the middle of all New York City’s vibrant action, this is where you have to be!

Murat Agirnasli, one of the building’s developers said: “We worked to create a beautiful and modern design that pays homage to the neighborhood’s architectural heritage, while enhancing the character of the existing urban fabric.”

And that shows looking at the design of the façade of this 25-story building where Neolith sintered stone slabs, that clad the walls on all sides and frame three-story high expanses of glass, will be used. Tahir Demircioglu, who happens to be the founder of the boutique architectural firm Builtd, has designed the building. Builtd has unique expertise in high-end residential towers.

The inside stonework is imported from Greece and selected by Greek architect Spiros Soulis. It is needless to say they use the finest high quality raw materials. Because of the individual colorings of the stonework and quality characteristics it makes it a nature’s work of art.

For the interiors of the residences, award-winning architectural institution Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, known for some amazing and iconic buildings in the world like One World Trade Center and the Buri Khalifa in Dubai was assigned to do the designs of the interiors at 570 Broome and they did an amazing job as you can see in the pictures below.

 

You will notice the fully attended lobby and the private entry garden featuring a Japanese maple tree as a centerpiece. Just wonderful!

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The finest quality materials will be used in the luxury homes. Hardwood solid oak floors with walnut finish, 10’9” foot ceilings and astonishing floor-to-ceiling windows flooding the apartments with natural light are key features in these luxury residences as well as custom designed Lineadecor kitchens with walnut-stained oak cabinets showcasing the wood’s natural beauty and seamlessly integrated state-of-the-art Miele appliances. And what to say about polished Calacatta Alto Slab marble countertops and backsplash providing a beautiful contrast to the texture and hue of millwork in the apartments.

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The amenities are designed to connect residents and spaces and you will find a lounge area with a game room opening into a landscaped outdoor terrace. Spin classes can be had in the state-of-the-art fitness center and also there is a yoga studio. You can store your bike in the indoor bike storage and private storage units are available for purchase.

“With one year until occupancy, 570 Broome offers attainable prices that will appeal to a variety of buyers from young professionals to empty nesters to pied-à-terre buyers,” said Sean Murphy Turner, Director of Sales, Stribling Marketing Associates, the exclusive sales and marketing firm on the project.

West Soho has it all with its many boutiques, art galleries, nightlife hotspots, upscale cocktail bars and modern hotels like the Arlo Soho Hotel, with its rooftop terrace open year-round offering some of the most breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Paul’s Casablanca, an upscale nightclub with its luxurious Moroccan garden and the local favorite Lazy Point, a homey beach-inspired cocktail bar. 570 Broome is centrally located from Hudson River Park and popular down town neighborhoods like Tribeca, West Village and NoLita.

Sales are in the hands of Stribling Marketing Associates and prices start at $1,350,000. If you need some more info please visit www.570broome.com, or call 212-445-0570 to make an appointment at the sales and design gallery at 459 Washington Street.

 

 

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