renzo piano’s 565 broome soho tower in new york illustrated with new images

 

 

 

‘565 broome soho’ is a condominium tower designed by italian architect renzo piano. located in new york’s soho district, the scheme seeks to draw from the neighborhood’s history and architectural character — combining the space and light of lofted apartments with the high-end finishes of luxury residential developments. the 30-storey structure has two spires, containing a total of 115 residences. units range from studios to 4-bedroom homes and include duplexes and penthouses with floor-to-ceiling windows.

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the 30-story tower has two spires, containing a total of 115 residences
all images by noë & associates with the boundary

 

 

 

new images of renzo piano’s design show an evolution from the previous renderings released earlier this year. located in the lower manhattan enclave of soho — in close proximity to tribeca and the hudson river greenway — ‘565 broome soho’ offers access to the financial district and the west village, among other neighborhoods. amenities include a swimming pool and a fitness center for residents, as well as automated parking, private storage, and retail outlets positioned at ground level.

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the entire building is clad with a powder-coated aluminum façade

 

 

 

the entire building is clad with a powder-coated aluminum façade with sound-proofed glazing. french firm RDAI will fit out the tower’s interiors, which will include white oak plank floors, 10-foot ceilings, and custom designed kitchens. the project is being backed by bizzi & partners alongside aronov development, with halpern real estate ventures serving as a development partner. see designboom’s previous coverage of the project here.

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amenities include a swimming pool as well as retail outlets positioned at ground level

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