419 Broome Street
The residence offered at 419 Broome Street is a one-of-a-kind triplex penthouse overlooking SoHo, offering 7,634 square feet of interior and 3,445 square feet of exterior space, plenty of room to move around and entertain. The wide-open spaces also allow residents to let their imagination run free when it comes to interior design. The options are literally endless.
The residence covers the fifth floor, mezzanine and penthouse floors. The Great Room on the fifth floor features a soaring, 24-foot-high ceiling with skylights, original wood columns, and exposed brick walls, one of which provides a brick, wood-burning fireplace. The fifth floor also encompasses one of the two kitchens, two offices, a bedroom with en suite bath and a private terrace. The mezzanine contains the generously proportioned master bedroom suite with two dressing rooms/walk-in closets, a sitting room, and a master bath with soaking tub. The master suite also opens onto a private terrace. The penthouse floor provides the residence's largest terrace, which offers stunning panoramic views, plenty of sunlight and its own fireplace. The penthouse level also contains a second living room with a fireplace. There is a Zen stone garden that opens into the hall and living room. Adjacent to the living and dining areas is a multi-leveled terrace outfitted with a hot tub, outdoor shower, dining area and plenty of seating areas.
419 Broome Street in SoHo offers residents plenty of security in the form of an audio/visual security intercom, theft-detection alarm and private, key-locked elevator access. The building is also pre-wired for Category 5 Cable and has a parking area and rear yard available for purchase.
- Alarm Theft Detection System
- Audio/ Visual Intercom Security
- Good Public Transportation
- Great Subway Connections
- Many Terraces
- Oversized Private Key-Locked Elevator
- Panoramic Views
- Sound Insulated Landmark Windows
- No Concierge
- No Doorman
- No Garage
- Borough of Manhattan Community College
- Metropolitan College of New York
- New York Academy of Art
- New York Film Academy
- New York Law School
- NYU Stern School of Business
- Sara D. Roosevelt Park
- Whole Foods