Here's what we know so far about Robert A.M. Stern's 70 Vestry, which is only slightly less shrouded in mystery than the architect's pricey pillar on Central Park South: The building will be home to 47 units; interiors will be done by Daniel Romualdez; it'll be covered in limestone (because, duh, it's Robert A.M. Stern); and it's going to be very, very expensive.
How expensive? The Real Deal recently got a peek at the building's filings with the Attorney General's office, and while there's nothing in the ballpark of the rumored $250 million condo atop 220 Central Park South, there are two penthouses asking $50 million and $65 million, respectively. (Welcome to the club.) Both will measure well over 10,000 square feet, including outdoor space that'll likely take full advantage of the building's waterfront location.
Other units in the building will be priced between $10 million and $20 million, and on average, they'll be asking more than $4,500 per square foot. While that's quite a bit higher than the neighborhood average—according to Trulia, Tribeca apartments typically go for around $1,800 per square foot—it's not in any way surprising for a Stern building. Looks like Related could hit that $700 million sellout it's gunning for after all.
Check out some of the (very preliminary) floorplans below: