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The Surface Of This Luxury High-Rise Helps Clean NYC's Air

By Brian Spaen

A luxury condominium skyscraper in New York is going to be cleaning the big city air. The exterior of 570 Broome is made of material through a collaboration between a stone company and one who specializes in photocatalytic surface treatment. Its sustainable facade will be able to self-clean to the equivalence of removing 2,000 cars annually.

570 Broome is located in the West Soho neighborhood in New York and is created by architect Tahir Demircioglu from Builtd. The 25-story building is aimed toward higher-class citizens as the 54 living units begin at a $1.35 million price point to purchase. That’s at the one-bedroom level, with two and three-bedroom units going for over $3 million.

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