Sales launch at Renzo Piano’s first residential project in NYC
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Sales launch at Renzo Piano’s first residential project in NYC

September 21, 2016

Last we heard from starchitect Renzo Piano’s 565 Broome SoHo, his first residential project in the city, it was March and with construction underway, a slew of new renderings came online of the Soho condominium. Now Curbed reports that sales have finally launched at the pair of glassy, 30-story structures, with currently available units ranging from a $990,000 studio to a $6,135,000 two-bedroom (the penthouses and duplexes will top $20 million). Perhaps the most noteworthy tidbit from the press release is that some residences will feature “enormous private terraces with 25-foot private, saltwater pools,” which seems to be a growing trend in the luxury market.

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The interiors will be outfitted with white oak floors, custom-designed white oak cabinetry and Balsatina lavastone countertops in the kitchen, and Calacatta Caldia marble slab walls and heated floors in the master bathrooms.

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An impressive pack of amenities, spanning 17,000 square feet, includes an automated parking system with private driveway, a landscaped outdoor terrace, media room, 55-foot indoor lap pool, an interior landscaped lounge with a library and wet bar, and a fitness center/spa.

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[Via Curbed]


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