Renzo Piano was drawn to the SoHo site because of its natural light and relatively low-level surroundings, which open up 360-degree views of Lower Manhattan, Tribeca and the Hudson River. The neighborhood was captured by photographer Dean Kaufman, chosen to create a candid reportage on SoHo.
Breathing Light and Air
Once a haven for a generation of modern artists, SoHo has become a center not only for retail, dining and nightlife, but has continued as a nexus for arts and culture. 565 Broome SoHo, which is planned for occupancy in 2018, is the result of a collaboration between Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) and Parisian interior design firm RDAI. This is their first residential project in New York City, although the two companies previously joined forces to create both Maison Hèrmes in Tokyo and Eighty Seven Park in Miami. 565 Broome SoHo’s luxury condominium residences mark a new period in the neighborhood’s evolution with Renzo Piano’s sleek glass towers rising with views to the city and the Hudson River beyond.
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