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570 Broome rendering (l; Stribling) and photo, circa early September 2017 (r; CityRealty) 570 Broome rendering (l; Stribling) and photo, circa early September 2017 (r; CityRealty)
The meteoric rise of Hudson Square as a residential neighborhood seems to bring announcements of a new building or apartments almost every day. Today’s comes from 570 Broome Street, where sales of the 54 units have just launched. The 287-foot, 25-story building was designed by Tahir Demircioglu of BUILTD has clean lines of glass and stone panels. One-bedrooms start at $1.37 million; two-bedrooms at $2.41 million; and three-bedrooms at $3.525 million.
Living room (Stribling)
Kitchen (Stribling)
Custom interiors designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill are flooded with natural light and panoramic city views from double exposures and large, double-pane windows. Kitchens have walnut-stained oak cabinets, Miele appliances, and polished Calacatta Alto slab marble countertops. Full-floor penthouses have private terraces and are accessed by an elevator that opens directly into the entry gallery.
Lounge with terrace access (Stribling)
570 Broome Street has landscaped gardens that can be viewed from the glass-enclosed, 24-hour attended lobby. For more outdoor space, a private lounge with a game room opens to a landscaped terrace. A fitness center is equipped with Peloton bikes and a yoga studio. Amenities also include a full-time super, bike room, and storage units for purchase.

Hudson Square has zoomed onto the residential real estate radar for its easy access to Soho and Tribeca, two of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods, and 570 Broome Street is no exception. Top downtown restaurants, shops, galleries, and entertainment are a short walk away.
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