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242 Broome, New York, United States

Friday 15 Sep 2017
 

Anodized aluminum shines in New York

 
242 Broome by SHoP Architects PC in New York, United States
SHoP Architects 
 
242 Broome by SHoP Architects PC in New York, United States 242 Broome by SHoP Architects PC in New York, United States 242 Broome by SHoP Architects PC in New York, United States 242 Broome by SHoP Architects PC in New York, United States 242 Broome by SHoP Architects PC in New York, United States
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SHoP Architects have created a champagne-coloured façade for this Lower East Side residential tower 

Situated in the heart of the Lower East Side, 242 Broome’s new condominium residences offer contemporary luxury and style in New York City’s most storied neighborhoods. The building is clad in a champagne-colored façade designed by the renowned SHoP Architects, with an anodized aluminum surface that glimmers in the sunlight. An enticing range of cultural and culinary options await within walking distance and beyond in the East Village, NoHo, Nolita, and SoHo, while Midtown Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn are just minutes away by subway.

The open-plan, light-filled residences have been designed by DXA Interiors. Thoughtfully appointed kitchens and bathrooms are meticulously crafted with striking materials, including marble and walnut, as well as Gaggenau appliances. 242 Broome also features a comprehensive suite of amenities, including a fitness center, children’s playroom, entertainment lounge, and ample storage, as well as a landscaped rooftop with sweeping views of the city. With an anticipated 421-A tax abatement, the homes at 242 Broome offer the first opportunity to live at Essex Crossing, an exciting urban mecca that will include the legendary Essex Street Market, parks and green spaces, a movie theater, and the Market Line—a marketplace modeled on classic European food halls and public bazaars.

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SHoP Architects PC
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