At its core, SoHo is a harbor for modern artists but in recent years the neighborhood has become NYC’s Mecca for retail, dining and nightlife, while still retaining its soul for arts and culture.
The 30-story 565 Broome street building will stand out among its neighbors. This giant among dwarfs will provide unobstructed views of the rest of Manhattan as well as the Hudson River.
Its design not only pays homage the historic neighborhood but also allows residents to take full advantage of the building’s panoramic views and extraordinary sunsets that paint the river each evening
The Hudson riverfront has slowly transformed itself to NYC’s epicenter of outdoor recreation, and this has had a noticeable effect on SoHo. 565 Broome addresses that transformation by providing easy access to all things outdoors, while still allowing residence to seek quiet solitude in their living space.
Renzo Piano Building Workshop, the Paris interior design firm RDAI, and Italian developers, Bizzi & Partners Development have collaborated to produce one of SoHo’s most luxurious dwellings. This lineup has brought European taste for craftsmanship and style, without sacrificing SoHo’s unique flair.
Bizzi & Partners Development turned to two giants in architecture, appointing Renzo Piano Building Workshop to dream up the project’s form and façades and hiring RDAI to design the interiors.
Both firms are synonymous with designs that create well-appointed spaces by emphasizing design excellence and material quality.
While some designers employ cliché finishes to create faux luxury, these architects create luxury with real materials like stone, white oak wood, glass and concrete.
Renzo Piano Building Workshop has set itself apart by being a studio of craftspeople. Their designers accentuate the quality of materials not disguise it.
Cast iron architecture has historically represented SoHo with use of key materials. The residences at 565 Broome Street will be characterized by the use of key materials traditionally used in this neighborhood.