242 Broome is the Lower East Side, re-envisioned. Developed by Delancey Associates and backed by some of the biggest financiers in the city, including Goldman Sachs and BFC Partners, it’s a condominium like no other. No expense has been spared by the architecture or design teams, and the final result reflects this keen attention to detail and love for the finer things. Find your urban oasis at 242 Broome.


A joint project by SHoP Architects, SLCE Architects, and DXA Studio, 242 Broome stands to be one of the most sought after residences in the city.
The building pays homage to the Lower East Side’s industrial past with big windows and soaring ceilings. Designed to capture every ounce of light and openness possible, the higher floors appear to twist west to capture the setting sun (not to mention dramatic vistas). SHoP offsets this design with champagne-coloured anodized aluminum panels to ensure a refined modern look that still fits the profile of the neighborhood.
Topping out at 14 stories, 242 promises to be a stunning addition to the L.E.S. skyline.



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Each of the 55 residences is an open-plan design with soaring 10-foot ceilings.
They have all been finished with the utmost detail by DXA Studios, using classic materials in a modern way for a sleek look that is sure to stand the test of time. Driven by the large windows and excess natural light present throughout the building, the detailing is refined and elegant, stripped back to basics to let the natural materials shine.


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Kitchens are finished with Calacatta marble counters and slab marble backsplashes and a full suite of Gaggenau appliances. Also, every unit coming with wide planked white oak floors throughout. Walnut and marble continue through the bathrooms with floating walnut vanities and marble tiled floors and walls. Underfloor heating provides comfort on even the coldest mornings, and the large glassed-in showers and free-standing tubs provide a quiet haven to unwind from the day.

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Every bathroom and kitchen are finished with Dornbracht fixtures for an opulent finish that ties together the otherwise restrained room.
Penthouse residents can also look forward to a variety of unique luxuries, including glorious skylights, private rooftop decks, and fully functional fireplaces.


The amenities at 242 Broome follow the same high-quality materials and design as the units themselves. The experience starts the moment they want through the private blackened steel door into the private lobby with polished concrete floors, reminiscent of the galleries that dot the Lower East Side.
Blackened steel continues into the common spaces, which includes a fitness center, entertainment lounge (complete with a kitchen and a pool table), children’s playroom, and beautiful rooftop patio furnished with outdoor BBQs.
The lobby is staffed 24/7, and there are additional storage facilities on hand.


Of the 55 units in the building, there are currently eight units available, ranging from $2.5 million up to $6.25 million for a penthouse apartment.
2-bed, 2-bath units start at $2.5 million for a unit on the eighth floor covering just over 1,200 square feet. The unit includes a master bed with an attached master bathroom, dining/living/kitchen great room, and a second bath with a water closet on suite.
2-bedroom units cap at $2.9 million for a 1,500 square foot corner condo on the ninth floor, including 2.5 baths and with both south and west-facing exposures.
The 3-bed, 3.5-bath unit available for $3.925 million is also a corner unit with south and west exposures, with the square footage bumped up to 1,600 square feet and located on the 12th floor.
Finally, there is a single penthouse unit available for $6.25 million. It’s a 3-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,100 square foot unit with a private upstairs rooftop patio adding 1,000 square feet of living space.


The Lower East Side has a long history as an artist sanctuary, and today is a hotbed of culture. 242 Broome itself has a major cultural institution going in on the first floor to promote and celebrate this cultural heritage. Other recent developments include the construction of the Market Line, the largest open marketplace in the world. A mix of artisan shops and green spaces, it’s going to attract everything from boutique cafes to unique fashion lines, to the generation of up-and-coming artists.
Elsewhere, the L.E.S. is a vibrant and connected part of the city. Countless museums and galleries are in the neighborhood, high-end restaurants, and hole-in-the-wall eateries, and endless boutiques make the L.E.S. a joy to explore. What’s more, with rapid and easy transit to other parts of the city, you’re never far from your next urban discovery.
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