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WEB ID: 21150727

565 Broome Street, S11C
565 Broome Soho, SoHo/Nolita, Manhattan, NY 10013

sold | Condo | Built in 2017

2 beds
2 baths/1 half bath
1681 Approx. Sqft
$4,160,000
    • Maintenance/Common Charges: $2,604
    • Monthly Taxes: $2,041
    • 10% Down: $416,000

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The Details

About 565 Broome Street, S11C, SoHo/Nolita, Manhattan, NY 10013

Varick Street
Welcome to SoHo's most impressive building in this stunning two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom residence at Renzo Piano's 565 Broome Street.

This exceptional showplace is encased in bold, curvilinear glass walls with exposures to the south and west offering incredible natural light and open views. Enjoy the sunsets over the iconic Manhattan skyline and Hudson River, knowing the landmarks below will keep t...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

key features

  • Central air
  • Dining in living room
  • Hardwood floors
  • High ceilings
  • Marble floors
  • Storage space
  • Washer/dryer
  • Cold storage
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Excellent light
  • Full skyline view
  • Marble bath
  • New Development
  • New windows
  • Noise reduction windows
  • Open kitchen
  • Oversized windows
  • Windowed kitchen
  • Listing agents

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    SoHo/Nolita

    Even if you’ve somehow never heard of the illustrious SoHo, you’ll always know where to find it—and never confuse it with London’s lower-case Soho. As with most things relating to New York City, everyone has an opinion, and SoHo’s east-west boundaries are no different. However, what’s indisputable is it sits in Lower Manhattan, north of Canal Street and, of course, south of Houston. Architecturally, the neighborhood is a time capsule, largely defined by buildings with decorative cast-iron façades. These 500-some structures date from the mid-to-late 19th century, when cast-iron experienced an Industrial Revolution-era moment due to its strength—providing support without relying on interior columns—resistance to fire, and cheap costs relative to other materials. All are contained today in the succinctly-named SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District. Presently, SoHo is always alive with people, whether residents living in spacious lofts or visitors drawn by the second-to-none shopping and restaurant options.

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    about the building

    565 Broome Soho

    Apartment Building in SoHo/Nolita

    Varick Street

    • 115 UNITS
    • 30 STORIES
    • 2017 BUILT
    Corcoran logo

    about the building

    565 Broome Soho

    Apartment Building in SoHo/Nolita

    Varick Street

    • 115 UNITS
    • 30 STORIES
    • 2017 BUILT

    Building Sales History

    Sales History for 565 BROOME SOHO

    dateunitpriceapprox. sq. ft.bedsbaths
    11/26/2019N10B$997,88545801
    09/25/2019N5C$2,381,958.54119222
    08/06/2019N5H/N5G$2,688,81209999

    Sales History for 565 Broome Street, S11C

    datepricelisting status
    06/10/2022$4,160,000Sold (asking: $4,595,000 -9.5%)

    Monthly Costs

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    Total$25,903.02/Month
    • Principal & Interest$21,258.02
    • Property Taxes$2,041
    • Maintenance / Common Charges$2,604
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