Slideshow: 70 Vestry Bedazzles NYC Waterfront

Slated for spring 2018 occupancy, the luxury building evokes Tribeca's architectural past, with nods to the future of city living.

by Sanyu Kyeyune

New York–Situated along the Hudson River in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, 70 Vestry is a boutique condominium building close to some of the city’s most coveted shopping and dining options, green spaces and cultural institutions. Most of its 46 residences afford 180-degree river views.

Designed by New York-based Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the aesthetic concept evokes the locale’s industrial past. Oversize casement windows punctuate the Beaumaniere limestone-clad exterior. Decorative metalwork surrounding the windows matches the loft buildings that lend character to Tribeca. Architect Daniel Romualdez brings his signature craftsmanship to each custom private residence–including top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes–such as signature oak kitchen cabinetry and 8-inch, wide-plank oak flooring.

70 Vestry offers 12,000 square feet of services and amenities, among them nearly an entire floor dedicated to health and wellness, complete with a fully appointed fitness center, yoga and Pilates studio, singles squash court, 82-foot lap pool, sauna and steam rooms. The building also features a children’s playroom and pet spa.

Layouts range from 1,900 to more than 7,000 square feet, with two- to seven-bedroom floor plans.

70 Vestry is slated for occupancy in spring 2018.

Images courtesy of Noë & Associates with The Boundary

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