In February, public records revealed that Related expects to rake in $700 million from selling condos at 70 Vestry Street, the 14-story building under construction next to the West Side Highway in TriBeCa. Now, we have a slew of new renderings for the limestone-clad development.
Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the building will offer 46 condos and 153,000 square feet of residential space. Apartments will range from two- to seven-bedrooms, and vary in size from 1,700 square feet to 7,000 square feet.
The building will have a laundry list of upscale amenities, including a swimming pool, squash court, exercise room, storage, billiards room, and library, as well as an automated garage for nine cars.
These new images give us a better look at the facade and entrances, which will be clad in French Baumaniere limestone. The stepped structure will have a dramatic impact on the Lower Manhattan skyline, striking a balance between Stern’s more conservative work, like 15 Central Park West, and TriBeCa’s aging brick warehouses.
Related picked up the site from Ponte Equities for $115 million two years ago. It occupies 24,360 square feet between Debrosses, Vestry, Washington, and West streets.