If you’re in the market for a luxury condo in NYC, you won’t want to pass up XOCO 325, the latest development from DDG. The tony residences have taken over a former chocolate factory, and DDG has announced that sales have begun on the one- to four-bedroom units, starting at a cool $2.5 million. With an amazing private garden, tons of natural light, and a gorgeous exterior facade, XOCO 325 aims to provide an opulent and relaxing lifestyle in SoHo.
XOCO 325 is located at 325 West Broadway in the heart of SoHo. The condos are being developed, designed, constructed and managed by DDG, which has chosen a former chocolate factory for the location. XOCO, which is Catalan for chocolate, will house 21 luxury condo units with a private garden, sure to deliver the sweet life its name implies. The building’s facade faces West Broadway’s vast array of restaurants and shopping options, with a unique cast aluminum design that gives the condos a futuristic feel, which the firm says is a modern interpretation of the cast iron buildings Soho is famous for.
The condo units range from 1,055 to 4,837 square feet, and are priced starting at $2.5M. The one- to four-bedroom units are slated to be open for occupancy some time in 2016. Once completed, XOCO 325 will offer luxury amenities rarely found in Soho, including custom plasterwork and radiant heated flooring in each condo, as well as 24/7 concierge service, a bike room, and private storage. XOCO 325’s private courtyard garden centers around an on-site fitness studio filled with natural light.
Joe McMillan, chairman and CEO of DDG, explains that just as much consideration was given to the design of the individual units as the common spaces of the building. “When approaching the design of the residences at XOCO 325, we looked to create a fluidity throughout the home that started with the living room and connected through the kitchen to the dining room,” he said. “We have achieved timeless spaces that are balanced in their sizes and features.”
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