New Renderings for 325 West Broadway, aka Xoco 325, in Soho

325 West Broadway, rendering via DDG325 West Broadway, rendering by March

Construction is nearly complete at 325 West Broadway in Soho, where a ten-story condo building has replaced part of a brick chocolate factory. Developer and design firm DDG has just launched sales, and they’ve sent along a few new renderings of the project, which was christened Xoco 325 in June.

Four listings are up on the development’s website so far, and asking prices run as high as $2,878 per square foot. The smallest and cheapest apartment available is a one-bedroom for $2,625,000, and then there’s a 1,555-square-foot two-bedroom, 2.5-bath asking $3,850,000. The biggest unit up for grabs is a four-bedroom, 3.5-bath for $7,650,000.

325 West Broadway, rendering via DDG

325 West Broadway, rendering by March

Apartments will range from one- to four-bedrooms and measure up to 4,800 square feet. Ultimately, the building will hold 21 units across 48,124 residential square feet, along with two ground floor retail spaces. The top two floors will consist of two penthouse duplexes, each of which will have its own private deck.

The space in between the new and old buildings will become a landscaped courtyard, pictured below. Residents are expected to start moving in early next year.

DDG took over the property, a former Tootsie Roll factory, for $38.5 million in 2012. The firm knocked down two buildings on West Broadway to make way for the exoskeleton-clad condos, but it preserved two landmarked brick structures at 23-25 Wooster Street.

325 West Broadway, rendering via DDG

325 West Broadway, rendering by March

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1 Comment on "New Renderings for 325 West Broadway, aka Xoco 325, in Soho"

  1. ex-brooklynite | October 14, 2015 at 9:47 am |

    Ugly, out of the ‘Jetsons’.

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