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.
Designed for entertaining, this rare and very efficient 1,183sqft 2 bedroom/2.5 bath is unique for the stunning open city views and the floor-to-ceiling windows, 22ft wide living room and ceilings of nearly 11ft giving 20B an airy loft-like feeling. From the living room you have unobstructed South exposures all the way to the WTC and from the master bedroom iconic North views of the Empire State Building. Bedrooms are tucked away off the hall providing privacy from the public rooms. Adding to the beautiful detailing are the 5" wide hardwood solid oak floor with custom walnut finish throughout the apartment.
An SOM custom designed kitchen is open and has a Calacatta Alto marble slab countertop and backsplash and Lineadecor walnut-stained oak cabinets showcasing beautiful natural wood. The L- shaped kitchen has a built-in pantry, plenty of storage and the kitchen island is perfect for additional seating and provides extra cooking countertop space. 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 fixtures in matte black and Elkay gourmet E-granite black undermount sink.
Separated from the living area, the en suite master BR has a walk-in closet and the connecting bath features custom designed double vanity by SOM with Calacatta Alto marble countertop, oversized shower, custom medicine cabinet with integrated lighting, honed Calacatta Alto marble walls cut from one slab for vein continuity and radiant-heated Dolomiti Blanco marble floors in chevron pattern. An Alape sink, black matte sink Zucchetti fixtures and accessories are special features of this room.
The secondary bedroom is well-proportioned, nearly 15' wide and has a double sized linear closet. An en suite windowed secondary bath incorporates a striking Calacatta Onda marble accent wall and marble tub surround. Pure-white ceramic wall tile offsets honed Nero Zimbabwe black granite chevron floors. Alape sink with matte black Zucchetti fixtures, accessories with a custom SOM medicine cabinet and integrated lighting all define the beauty of this bathroom.
The powder room design at 570 Broome Street features book matched polished Oronero black and gold marble slab floor, sculptural free-standing Alape Sink with Zucchetti faucet set, wood paneled and mirrored walls and Roll & Hill three-globe Modo sconce. 20B also includes a full-size washer dryer & 4 pipe heating and cooling system.
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SoHo (South-of- Houston) extends from West Houston to Canal Streets, between Sixth Avenue and the Bowery. Artists began to move into this formerly drab manufacturing area in the early 1970s, taking over abandoned lofts and buildings and turning them into homes and galleries. SoHo has since transformed into a beautiful and trendy neighborhood. Once home to a few cutting edge shops, huge artists’ lofts and low-key bars, SoHo now rivals Madison Avenue as an upscale residential and retail neighborhood. Surrounded by 19th century cast iron architecture, the entire neighborhood is the city’s only landmarked district and is famous for its shops, galleries and some of the city’s best restaurants, including Alison on Dominick Street and Blue Ribbon on Sullivan Street.
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