570 Broome Street is a sleek, modernized building in West SoHo. Built in 2019, it is a brand new collection of fifty-four contemporary residences. Drawing inspiration from the history and style of the neighborhood, acclaimed architect Tahir Demircioglu references the area's industrial past via soaring ceiling heights and window-walls throughout. Condo 11B is a spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bath that feels loft-like, with ceiling heights over ten feet high. Beautiful hardwood oak floors throughout contrast the light marble and white coloring throughout. Custom walnut finishes throughout create a unique, modern home. The contrasting visuals are apparent upon entering the foyer. An L-shaped kitchen and marble island flow into a south-facing living room with a floor-to-ceiling window wall, which floods the place with natural light. Picturesque views of downtown, specifically One World Trade to the south and the Hudson River to the west. The sunny master bedroom also features the south-facing floor-to-ceiling window wall and a large walk-in-closet. The master bath includes a soaking tub, complete with a large viewing window above it. The two secondary bedrooms have excellent closet space and are nicely separated from the master bedroom on the opposite side of the home, allowing ample privacy. The two additional bathrooms are both full, one is private to the secondary bedroom, the other in entrance hallway. 11B also includes two entry closets, a full-size washer/dryer and a central heating and cooling system. Amenity areas at 570 Broome are designed to connect spaces as well as residents. The street level view of the back-garden beckons from the lobby upon arrival. A resident lounge and game room on the second level open onto a landscaped outdoor terrace. The fitness center includes Peloton bikes and a yoga studio. Additional services include a twenty-four-hour attended lobby, full-time super and building porter. Complimentary indoor bike storage is included and private storage units are available for purchase. Quaint cobblestone streets lead into SoHo proper, one of the city's most fashionable neighborhoods. It remains integral to the city's creative culture with its many boutiques, art galleries and nightlife hotspots. The former factories of West SoHo are now likely to house media and tech companies as upscale cocktail bars and modern hotels continue to debut in the area. 570 Broome's central position in West SoHo places it within close proximity to other popular downtown neighborhoods such as Tribeca, the West Village and NoLita.