565 Broome
565 Broome
565 Broome

Renzo Piano’s First New York
City Residence

Renzo Piano’s First New York City Residence

Renzo Piano and interior design firm RDAI bring a column of light and Manhattan’s only floating park atrium to life at 565 Broome in SoHo. Consisting of two towers and occupying half a city block, the 30-story structure soars above its smaller scale surroundings, providing sweeping views of the city and of the Hudson River.

International design is redefined by a magnificent curtain wall and interior amenities that fuse European and Gotham lifestyles in Manhattan’s chic SoHo neighborhood and not only complement the historic context, but also allows residents to take full advantage of the building’s panoramic views.

Amenities include a 24-hour concierge and attended lobby, a private gated driveway and entrance with automated parking, a beautifully landscaped outdoor terrace, a 55-foot indoor swimming pool, a fitness center and spa with sauna and steam rooms, and an interior landscaped lounge with 92-foot ceilings, a library, and a wet bar.

Residents can step out of their private elevators to be greeted by 360-degree city and Hudson River views. The Penthouses & Duplexes at 565 Broome feature large open living spaces with incredible light and large private terraces with 20-foot private outdoor pools.

Residential, Retail

Use

334,000

Square Feet

30 Floors

Floors

290 Feet

Height

Renzo Piano

Architecture

RDAI

Interior Design

115

Residences

1

Commercial Spaces

$3,500

Average Price per Square Foot

$750 Mil

Project Value

Complete

Status

2019

Completion

Residential, Retail

Use

334,000

Square Feet

30 Floors

Floors

290 Feet

Height

Renzo Piano

Architecture

RDAI

Interior Design

115

Residences

1

Commercial Spaces

$3,500

Average Price per Square Foot

$750 Mil

Project Value

Complete

Status

2019

Completion

Renzo

“The light shapes the space. And it also creates a sense of emotion and architecture is fundamentally the art of creating emotion”

Renzo Piano, RPBW

“It’s about celebrating living in New York. When we designed the interior, our mood board had photos of New York City, showing flickering lights and the true electricity of the city. When you can live up high, you have an amazing experience of the environment, and what changes every day. It’s like a painting canvas.”

Denis Montel, RDAI

rdai

SHVO’S VISION FOR 565 BROOME WAS TO MERGE UPTOWN LUXURY WITH SOHO CHIC.

In 2013, SHVO set out to assemble half a city block in SoHo in order to develop SoHo’s first and only luxury high-rise condominium. Over a six-month period, SHVO purchased nine properties from multiple sellers and structured a complex air rights transaction with the neighboring non-for-profit foundation, in order to create the 18,000 square foot site, with 280,000 square feet of developable air rights.

Mr. Shvo's vision for the site was to merge uptown luxury with SoHo chic, targeting European and South American buyers who seek to be at the center of SoHo, but demand the highest standard of luxury service, finishes, incredible views, and above all, privacy and security.

To execute this vision, SHVO engaged Pritzker prize-winning architect Renzo Piano to design his first residential building in New York City. Together with interior design firm RDAI, most known for their designs of Hermès stores, the team followed closely SHVO’s vision for the property, and designed SoHo’s tallest residential building comprising of dual glass towers with private elevators opening into each of the residences. Lower floors are designed as service and auxiliary apartments for staff and guests.

SHVO oversaw in detail the entire development process, including the design and development of the residences and the vast amenity spaces including the 90-foot-tall, glass-encased lounge and conservatory, as well as the fitness center and spa.

Construction of the building started in 2015 and sales, at the SHVO designed sales office, commenced in mid-2016. The property has seen great success with sales, including a $40 million penthouse sale, as well as the notable sale of two residences to tennis player Novak Djokovic.

The construction was completed in early 2019.

Site Assembly

Site Assembly

Acquisition

Acquisition

Concept

Concept

Architecture Commences

Architecture
Commences

Interior Design Commences

Interior Design
Commences

Design

Design

Construction Start

Construction Start

Sales Start

Sales Start

Construction Financing

Construction Financing

Topping Off

Topping Off

Curtain Wall

Curtain Wall

Construction

Construction

Completion

Completion

Wallpaper | September 2016

Renzo Piano enters the
New York residential scene

Renzo Piano enters the New York residential scene

565 Broome SoHo marks the first opportunity to live inside one of celebrated architect Renzo Piano’s buildings in New York. The 30-storey, two-tower condominium, with its impressive glass exterior set within a light cast iron grid, is set to become an iconic addition to New York’s booming residential scene upon completion come 2018.