70 Pine Street is one of the tallest residential skyscrapers in New York City and was the third tallest building in the world at the time it topped out in 1932. This former art-deco office building was converted into ultra-luxury apartments in 2016 in what the NY Times called “one of the most ambitious” residential projects of recent years. Once you step inside the property's spectacular art deco lobby, you'll instantly be impressed at how effortlessly the building meshes its glamorous history with its elegant, newly built contemporary residences.
Apartments in the building feature high-end finishes including chef's kitchens with stainless steel appliances and custom Italian cabinetry, porcelain tiled bathrooms, oak flooring, in-unit washer and dryers, and walk-in-closets, but the highlight is the dramatic 12-foot ceilings which let sunlight shine in. As the building is one of the tallest in NYC units on higher floors offer breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor. The building also has 16 ultra-luxury penthouses, including two unique duplexes, all of which come fully decked out with upgraded appliances and top of the line condo level finishes. While the more luxurious finishes are appreciated, the penthouses will take your breath away with their incredible layouts which have been designed to offer stunning 360-degree views of New York City.
As you would expect with a rental property of this caliber, 70 Pine features an endless amount of alluring amenities- 2 full floors worth to be precise. The piece de resistance is a top of the line La Palestra fitness and wellness center, but the building also has a golf simulator, bowling alley, children’s playroom, screening room, resident lounge, and game room with ping pong and billiards tables. If this wasn’t enough, the building also has an on-site coffee shop and supermarket, and there are plans for a rooftop bar and restaurant. Read more