70 Vestry is one of the most anticipated new residential developments in Tribeca. This luxury condominium building occupies the last undeveloped lot on the Tribeca waterfront and has already been attracting the rich and famous, with reports of Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen already snatching up an apartment here. The property was developed by the Related Companies and designed by world-renowned architect Robert A. M. Stern. The 46 residences at 70 Vestry Street range in size from around 1,900 square feet up to well over 7,000 square feet. The elegant interiors have been designed by AD100 architect Daniel Romualdez to emphasize the incredible views of the Hudson River, cobblestone Tribeca streets, and surrounding skyline. The finishes and details in each residence are impeccable. They include marble-clad bathrooms with his and hers vanities, soaring ceilings, and contemporary kitchens with custom oak cabinetry, Bardiglio Luco marble countertops, and built-in and paneled appliances by Miele and SubZero. The amenities at 70 Vestry start from before you enter the building, with the timeless, cobblestone private courtyard. Once inside, the double-height lobby dazzles with its sleek design and impressive artwork. The highlight, however, is the lavish spa suite, which features sauna and steam rooms, an 82-foot indoor swimming pool, hot and cold plunge pools, and an additional children’s pool. There’s also a squash court, a gym by Wright Fit, a yoga studio, and a Pilates studio. Other amenities include a residents’ lounge, a private dining room, a billiards room, a cafe, and a children’s playroom. What does it cost to live at 70 Vestry Street? It’s fair to say that the condos at 70 Vestry are expensive, with prices starting above $6 million for three-bedroom residences on lower floors and going up to $56 million, which is what Penthouse S, the property’s 7,808 square foot penthouse sold for in 2018.

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