565 Broome offers luxury condominium homes at the center of the SoHo cultural and arts scene. At 30 stories it towers over its surroundings, offering panoramic views of both the city and the Hudson.


565 Broome SoHo is a joint effort from Parisian architecture firm Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Italian designers RDAI. Renzo Piano Building Workshop designed the facade with RDAI handling the exquisite interiors.

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Renzo Piano has long distinguished himself with a deep understanding of how elements of a building come together, and by focusing on perfecting each piece, he’s emerged as one of the best most influential architects of our time.
The reserved palette of the outside matches beautifully with the cast iron architecture so typical of SoHo, and highlights the quality and longevity of the building.


The same care, attention, and commitment to simple quality that’s executed so well on the building are continued throughout the interiors. Designed by Italian firm RDAI, they focus on clean, high-quality materials like stone, white oak, glass, and concrete.

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Whether it’s the stand alone tubs in the bathrooms or the top of the line appliances in the kitchen, RDAI worked to build a space that is simultaneously functional and luxurious while still being welcoming to everyone.

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Residents are treated to a 55-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center, spa, sauna, and steam rooms to help unwind and relax in the comfort of their own building. The experience continues through to the library, wet bar, an the indoor lounge with 92-foot ceilings and out onto the impeccably designed outdoor terrace. And of course, residents can feel comfortable and secure with a 24 hours concierge and attended lobby as well as a private driveway and entrance with automated parking.


Currently, there are 11 units available at 565 Broome SoHo. They start at $2.35 million for 900-1000 square feet 1 bed and 1.5 bathrooms and scale up through two and three bedroom units. The top residence is a beautiful 3 bed, 3 baths, 3,500 square foot duplex for $14 million with a 2,200 square foot terrace.


Like most neighborhoods in New York, SoHo has evolved over the years. Originally a center for large-scale manufacturing that gave it its distinctive cast-iron architecture, it fell into disuse before artists move in in the 1960s. Attracted by the large spaces to work and the low rent, these early artists launched the modern art movement, and with it the neighborhood of SoHo. Since then, it’s grown and developed and today is a global hub for art, design, culture and shopping – as well as one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods.
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