The area around the Holland Tunnel has become a hotbed of luxury real estate activity, and today a new condo enters the fray. Joining Renzo Piano’s 565 Broome Soho is now 570 Broome, a 25-story condo designed by Tahir Demircioglu of architecture firm Builtd.
Condos here are on the market from $1.35 million, an “attainable [price point] that will appeal to a variety of buyers,” per Sean Murphy Turner of Stribling Marketing Associates, whose handling sales in the building.
The condo is rising on the former site of Our Lady of Vilnius Church and a neighboring small apartment building and will have 54 condos with interiors designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. The building’s one- to three-bedroom apartments will come with Lineadecor kitchens custom-designed by SOM and decked out in walnut-stained oak cabinets, integrated Miele appliances, and polished Calacatta alto slab marble countertops.
The building puts an emphasis on showcasing natural materials, most evidently in its Neolith sintered stone slab-clad walls and interior stonework, imported from the Iktinos Marmaron quarries in Greece. The condo will also put the natural on display with its private entry garden with a Japanese maple tree centerpiece that distances the condo ever so slightly from the nearby traffic.
Eight apartments in the building are currently on the market, and range from a 677-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom seeking $1.37 million to a 1,539-square-foot three-bedroom, three-bathroom seeking $3.525 million. There’s also one condo in the building on the market with outdoor space, a two-bedroom, two and a half bathroom with 336 exterior square feet seeking $3.295 million.