This striking 801 SF one Bedroom is a real stand out and features gorgeous Shuco floor-to-ceiling windows with beautiful light thru south and west exposures in the spacious living room. Grand ceiling heights of nearly 11 ft give this home an airy loft-like feel and adding to the beautiful detailing are the 5" wide hardwood solid oak floor with custom walnut finish throughout the apartment.
The open SOM custom-designed Lineadecor kitchen has a Calacatta Alto marble slab countertop and backsplash, and Lineadecor walnut-stained oak cabinets showcasing beautiful natural wood. The kitchen seamlessly integrates a Miele refrigerator and dishwasher, 30” four burner Miele gas range with built in hood, convection oven and speed oven, and features Zucchetti faucet in matte black and Elkay gourmet E-granite black undermount sink.
The Master bath incorporates a striking Calacatta Onda marble accent wall and tub surround with sheets of pure-white ceramic wall tile offset by honed Nero Zimbabwe black granite chevron floors. Alape sink with matte black Zucchetti fixtures, radiant heated floors and integrated lighting all define the beauty of this bathroom. 12A also includes a full-size washer dryer & 4- pipe heating and cooling system.
570 Broome is a collection of fifty-four contemporary residences that draw inspiration from the history and style of West SoHo. From acclaimed architect Tahir Demircioglu, with impeccable interiors by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, the design references the area’s industrial past via soaring ceiling heights and a silhouette evocative of staggered cubes.
The amenity areas at 570 Broome are designed to connect spaces as well as residents. The street level view of the back-garden beckons from the moment of arrival. On the second floor, a private resident lounge with a game room opens onto a landscaped outdoor terrace. The fitness center includes Peloton bikes and a yoga studio. Additional services include a twenty-four-hour attended lobby, full-time super and building porter, complimentary indoor bike storage and private storage units available for purchase.
Quaint cobblestone streets and traditional cast iron buildings point to SoHo’s rich history as a manufacturing hub turned avant-garde artist enclave. Today, the neighborhood remains integral to the city’s creative culture with its many boutiques, art galleries and nightlife hotspots. The former factories of West SoHo are now likely to house media and tech companies as upscale cocktail bars and modern hotels continue to debut in the area. 570 Broome’s central position in West SoHo places it within close proximity to other popular downtown neighborhoods such as Tribeca, the West Village and NoLita.
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