Nestled downtown between Varick and Hudson Streets, 570 Broome, a 54-unit luxury boutique condominium, is inspired by its setting; a whimsical combination of contemporary and contextual elements. Once known as the Printing District neighborhood, 570 Broome is the latest addition to West Soho, which has become a go-to destination for retailers, restaurants and businesses, making it a highly sought-after residential neighborhood.
The façade of the 25-story building is composed of Neolith sintered stone slabs that clad the walls on all sides and frame three-story high expanses of glass. The overall design references the area’s rich history through the soaring ceiling heights and a silhouette evocative of staggered cubes.
The thoughtfully laid out one to three-bedroom homes, with interiors by SOM, will showcase the finest quality materials. The residences feature hardwood solid oak floors with toasted walnut finish, 10’9” foot ceiling heights, and dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows flooding the apartments with natural light. Penthouse residents will enjoy private, full-floor homes with elevator service opening directly into the home’s entry gallery.
Lineadecor kitchens will feature walnut-stained oak cabinets that showcase the wood’s natural beauty as they seamlessly integrate with state-of-the-art Miele appliances. Polished Calacatta Alto Slab marble countertops and backsplash provide a thoughtful contrast to the texture and hue of millwork in the apartments.