Construction is finally wrapping up at 433 Broadway, which had been covered in protective wrapping for several months; the structure topped-out last summer. The building is an attractive and contextual addition to the surrounding neighborhood; Eddie Omari is the developer, and the architect is RKTB.
Permits indicate the structure spans 37,309 square feet, split between seven stories. 433 Broadway is entirely commercial.
In terms of appearance, 433 Broadway is far more attractive than typical new developments, and the contemporary facade still has classic elements that integrate the building into its surrounds; the rooftop cornice is a particularly appealing component. The project is located within SoHo’s historic cast iron district, and per RKTB, it “interprets the rhythms and proportions established by surrounding landmark buildings while providing efficient, modern, mixed-use commercial and office space.”
The surrounding neighborhood marks the gradual transition between SoHo and the edge of Chinatown; buildings tend towards decrepit towards Canal Street, though the vicinity is improving, with 433 Broadway the best example so far.
If the handwriting scrawled across on-site signage is any indicator, completion of 433 Broadway will occur this June.
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