Want To Move To Manhattan? 565 Broome Is Your New Address!

For me, my dream to move to New York was heavily influenced by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’ Empire State Of Mind.  After hearing that song I have made it my life goal to live in the city that never sleep.

If you are similar to me and are looking for motivation to move to New York — primarily Manhattan, look no further 565 Broome Soho, a new residential project in New York City.

Towering 30 stories over the historic neighbourhood of Soho, this project was overseen by Pulitzer-Prize winning architect  Renzo Piano. Who apart from having one of the most unique name has also managed to build one of the  most distinct high-rises in a city famed for its architecture.

If living the fast life with your high-paying job downtown wasn’t impressive enough imagine  taking your friends back to a condo at 565 Broome. . They will be mesmerised by the views you get all thanks o the curved iron glass facade, Soho and the Hudson River are all in view.

Piano partnered with Parisian interior design firm RDAI, and Italian developers Bizzi on crafting the luxurious residences. They emphasised using materials of stone, white oak, glass and concrete to create solid but modern sophisticated look.

A normal night for you after hard day of work could be enjoying a cold beer whilst gazing out at the city beneath your feet, but if you are the active type the 55-foot pool indoor pool, equipped with spa, sauna and steam rooms and gym will do it. And the best thing is you don’ even have to give up your view for some walls. 

Other bonuses include a beautifully-landscaped outdoor terrace, private gated driveway and entrance with automated parking. Not to forget the 24-hour concierge, library and a lounge with 92-foot ceilings. Impressed yet?

No? Well the penthouse that sits atop 565 Broome will tickle your fancy, this space can rival all other penthouses in New York, with its double-height rooms, private elevator and breathtaking 360 degree city views. On top of that are ceiling-to-floor windows heated floors and custom-eat in kitchens. All combining to create the ultimate luxury penthouse you expect in New York. 

And we forgot the cherry on top is a 20-foot heated private roof terrace pool.

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