The new exclusive apartments in the 88 m (290 ft) high 565 Broome SoHo (aka SoHo Tower) in New York will offer residents wide views across the Hudson River. The 30-story high building has been built at the crossroads of Broome Street and Varick Street in Manhattan, New York. The quadratic towers are divided into a lower part and a recessed upper part as from level 12. High and narrow standard units of the glass façade create a fine and generous structure whereas large and rounded glazed corners soften the strict building structure in order to highlight its transparency and openness.
88 m / 289 ft
30 stories tall
The lower building part consists of a cable net glass façade including an atrium façade, and the upper part of the building is clad with a unitized aluminum façade.
Design & engineering, manufacture and installation of approximately 15,700 sqm (169,000 sq ft) of façades thereof over 10,900 sqm (117,300 sq ft) aluminum façade, over 900 sqm (9,700 sq ft) point-fixed cable net façade and around 300 sqm (3,200 sq ft) atrium façade and atrium roof.
OWNER: Broome Property JV LLC
ARCHITECT: Renzo Piano Building Workshop in collaboration with SLCE Architects, New York, NY
CLIENT: Triton Construction, LLC, New York, NY
FAÇADE CONSULTANT: Building Envelope Consultants, Corona, CA
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