The North Penthouse at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 70 Vestry is now in contract, according to its developer, Related Companies. With an impressive asking price of $50 million, the 6,547-square-foot triplex penthouse comes equipped with four bedrooms; two terraces; and three kitchens, including one on the private roof deck; a solarium with wet bar; and a private elevator; as well as access to 70 Vestry’s impressive suite of on-site amenities. Its neighbor, the South Penthouse, just came on the market for $65 million. 60% of the condos for sale at the Tribeca development are already in contract.
Architectural Digest has an exclusive first look at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Tribeca condos at 70 Vestry, the 14-story waterfront tower Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen will soon call home. The building’s model unit highlights the artfully crafted Daniel Romualdez-designed interiors, including a spacious living room, a study with custom built-ins, and a state-of-the-art eat-in kitchen that is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling cabinet space, 146-bottle Sub-Zero wine storage, and a built-in Miele espresso maker. Bündchen and Brady’s 5,000-square-foot condo also features an expansive terrace overlooking the Hudson that will allow the celebrity couple unobstructed panoramic views of iconic New York sites like the Statue of Liberty.
The influence of the world-renowned Art Basel festivals (in Miami Beach, Hong Kong, and Basel) is being felt as far away as New York City this year. The Tribeca condos at 70 Vestry are paying homage to this iconic celebration of the arts by adorning the building’s double-height lobby with handcrafted furniture and art, like Darren Almond’s Fullmoon @Cape Reinga and a specially commissioned piece that has yet to be unveiled.
You can now catch a glimpse inside renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern’s Tribeca waterfront development at 70 Vestry without leaving the comfort of your own home. The virtual tour showcases an exclusive five-bedroom residence with a spacious terrace that provides breathtaking views of the Hudson River.
Curbed recently got a chance to tour the sales gallery for 70 Vestry, the last piece of undeveloped waterfront in Tribeca. The 14-story limestone building will offer 46 new Tribeca homes that range in size from two to six bedrooms and include two duplex penthouses. 70 Vestry offers unobstructed Hudson River views from its waterfront location, on top of a bevy of amenities like its signature motor court, a half-size Olympic swimming pool, and an 8,000-square-foot fitness center. The condominium is slated for completion in 2018, though the sales gallery a few blocks from the development site has been bustling with early buyers, including celebrity power couple Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady.
New York City’s premier luxury buildings offer a range of amenities that appeal to all ages. The Tribeca condos for sale at 70 Vestry have an interactive, Manhattan-themed playroom—complete with a skyscraper-inspired climbing structure, a cityscape mural, and a mini farmers’ market—that will wow even the most savvy young New Yorkers.
The Robert A.M. Stern-designed Tribeca condos at 70 Vestry are among a handful of rare high-end residential properties with a private covered driveway. This simple but ultra-luxe, old-world amenity, also known as the porte-cochère, was reintroduced to the New York real estate market by Stern himself in 2008 at Fifteen Central Park West and now tops ultra luxury buyers’ wish lists, offering the ultimate in privacy, security, and convenience.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen will be upgrading their New York City accommodations, after trading in their Flatiron District home for a new 5,000-square-foot waterfront condo at 70 Vestry. The Patriots star and supermodel were among the first buyers to make their move when the uber-luxe Robert A.M. Stern-designed Tribeca condos first hit the market earlier this year. Their new home will feature Daniel Romualdez-designed interiors and a private terrace overlooking the Hudson, as well as building amenities like an 82-foot swimming pool, state-of-the-art yoga, Pilates, and cycling studios, an automated garage, and a covered porte-cochere entrance that offers heightened privacy for the A-listers.
When it came time to find the perfect stone for 70 Vestry, developer Related Companies and Robert A.M. Stern Architects traveled the world. The limestone they selected – quarried on the banks of the River Seine in France – complements the building’s riverfront location and creates a rosy glow when reflecting the light of the setting sun.
Sales recently commenced at 70 Vestry, and the luxurious Tribeca condos are moving quickly. A number of residences are now available, with two to five bedrooms, Hudson River and cobblestone Tribeca views, terraces, and interior design features that include private libraries, eat-in kitchens and spacious master suites. All residents will also have access to 70 Vestry’s extensive amenity package, which includes a spa with swimming pool and custom children’s playroom.
Luxury property developers anticipating that electric cars will become commonplace among buyers. At 70 Vestry, eight of these sought-after electric vehicle charging stations will be located right in their building’s garage, which will also feature an advanced automated parking system. Other amenities include four pools—including one for children and two plunge pools—as well as a squash court.
With their purchase of a new 5,000-square-foot Tribeca condo overlooking the Hudson at 70 Vestry, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen will soon join a long list of celebrities residing in the ultra-chic neighborhood. When construction is complete in 2018, the building will offer a suite of on-site amenities including studios for yoga, cycling, and pilates as well as a porte-cochère (a gated entrance that provides residents with privacy when accessing the building), which was reportedly a major draw for the famous couple.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen are buying a large waterfront home at 70 Vestry, joining a long list of celebrity residents in Tribeca. The couple was reportedly drawn to 70 Vestry’s porte-cochère and motor court, which will provide residents and drivers complete privacy when accessing the building. Other amenities like the 82-foot lap pool, sauna and steam room, squash court, and studios for pilates, yoga, and cycling, may have also swayed the Patriots star and supermodel.
Dubbed by Elle Décor as one of Tribeca’s “most coveted addresses for families,” 70 Vestry offers much more than new Tribeca homes. There’s an interactive children’s playroom designed by Roto Studio—the award-winning firm behind the Children’s Museum of Manhattan—with a climbing wall, ball pit, slide, and art area. Amenities for adults include a lounge with a dining area, a library, fitness center, and an 82-foot lap pool. Families with pets will also appreciate the on-site pet spa offering dog-walking, boarding, and other services.
Porte-cochères—covered driveways from the days of the horse and carriage—have been absent from modern architecture. Historically a coveted status symbol, these opulent entrances are experiencing a revival in New York’s most coveted buildings. Residents of 70 Vestry will enjoy the privacy and old world luxury of a staffed porte-cochère with the rare convenience of on-site parking in Tribeca.
Behind 70 Vestry’s classic façade of limestone and metalwork are 14 stories of intimate Tribeca condominiums with access to world-class amenities tailored to health-conscious New Yorkers. The building opens onto Hudson River Park and has custom-built bike storage as well as a locker and warm-up room for runners. 70 Vestry also features one of the city’s few regulation-sized squash courts, an 82-foot swimming pool, and a fully equipped fitness center outfitted by The Wright Fit.
With its exclusive waterfront location and intimate scale, 70 Vestry is a jewel tucked in the heart of Manhattan. The 46 Tribeca homes have been thoughtfully designed with luxury and comfort in mind. Spacious terraces and oversized windows overlook Hudson River Park and the river itself, and rooms are “drenched in natural light.” With its limestone façade and decorative metalwork, the building echoes the century-old warehouses that have defined the neighborhood. In the midst of the rapidly rising city, 70 Vestry stands as an oasis of sophistication.
High-end developments like the TriBeCa condos at 70 Vestry are banishing the communal laundry room, a longtime staple of New York apartment living. With the privacy and convenience of two washers and two dryers in each of their apartments, residents of 70 Vestry will never miss the noisy, basement “laundry experience” of the past.
Your local gym is not the only place you can play your favorite sport—residents of the Tribeca condos at 70 Vestry can sharpen their skills right in the privacy of their own building. The Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed downtown building is home to a state-of-the-art fitness center with an 82-foot swimming pool, additional children’s pool, post-workout hot and cold plunge pools, and a full-sized International Regulation singles squash court.
Breathtaking interior looks at 70 Vestry’s luxury Tribeca condos have been released by Related Companies and award-winning designer Daniel Romualdez. Upscale features such as wide-plank oak flooring and oversized windows have been gracefully integrated into each of the 46 residences to create stylish and comfortable interiors. According to Romualdez, the 14-story waterfront building with unobstructed views of the Hudson River, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty “is a place for the sophisticated design aficionado, someone who is looking for a combination of grandeur and coziness.”
The Tribeca homes at 70 Vestry offer far more than the standard amenities found in high-end developments in New York. With extras ranging from a marble and limestone spa with four pools to a private courtyard entrance, expansive residents’ lounge with dining and catering kitchen, and a squash court, the waterfront residences at 70 Vestry are raising the bar for luxurious Tribeca living.
The Tribeca condos for sale at 70 Vestry have spared no expense when it comes to making future residents feel at home—even those still living under their parents’ roofs. The Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed luxury tower boasts an artfully outfitted playroom wrapped in a colorful cityscape that includes countless design nods to Tribeca and its vibrant culture.
The team behind the Tribeca waterfront condos at 70 Vestry held a celebration to honor the official opening of the Sales Gallery at the corner of Vestry and Greenwich Streets. Over hors d’oeuvres and signature cocktails, architects, top agents, designers, and guests admired exquisite interiors by Daniel Romualdez and architecture by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, renowned for its significant contributions to the architectural fabric of New York, is now making its mark on TriBeCa. Stern and developer Related Companies are collaborating on the creation of 70 Vestry, a 14-story boutique building with a French limestone exterior. “The building will cast a glow back,” Stern tells the New York Times of the warm-hued façade which stands proudly on the Hudson River. Upon arrival, a porte-cochère leads to a cobblestone courtyard and a calming waterfall. Inside, the building’s 46 residences, designed by Daniel Romualdez, are generously scaled up to 7,000 square feet.
70 Vestry is about to set a new standard for Tribeca living. The Robert A.M. Stern-designed building is comprised of 46 residences ranging in size from 1,900 square feet with two bedrooms to 7,000 square feet with up to seven bedrooms. The well-appointed homes at 70 Vestry provide views of the water, Hudson River Park, and the cobblestone streets of Tribeca with access to more than 12,000 square feet of amenities.
70 Vestry Street, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, is the newest addition to New York City’s elite Tribeca neighborhood. Designed to complement the neighborhood’s architecture, 70 Vestry will boast 14 floors and 46 residences, all of which will overlook the Hudson River. According to Stern, the Tribeca development will be clad in a type of French limestone chosen for its warm hue. “Limestone works more beautifully in the sunshine than any other material. With the western and southern light, the building and river will glow.”