Robert A.M. Stern’s New York City projects have a way of guarding their secrets. Nearly nothing is known of his uber-luxury limestone condo rising at 220 Central Park South; the story is much the same with the tower climbing at 520 Park Avenue. Details surrounding the 47 condos coming to 70 Vestry Street in Tribeca have been put out there, but sparingly. But now, by way of a tipster, Curbed’s not only received a whole slew of new interior renderings for the ritzy project, but also a first look at its (bonkers, incredible) floorplans.
The Related-developed project generated a ton of buzz just last week when word broke that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bündchen purchased a $20 million condo in the building. Now we have an idea of where the Brady-Bündchen clan, along with others who can afford the building’s $6.25 million-plus condos, will be cozying up.
The smallest residence laid out in the floorplans is unit 3D, a 1,937-square-foot two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom condo with Hudson River views. The most opulent of the condos rendered in floorplan form—alas, there’s no floorplan for the rumored $50 and $65 million penthouses just yet—is residence 8 North, which has five bedrooms, a study, and a library spread over 5,825 square feet, plus a terrace measuring upwards of 1,000 square feet.
The floorplans are traditional Robert A.M. Stern: generous layouts with such niceties as dedicated foyers with coat closets and adjoining powder rooms, and en suite bathrooms on every bedroom. The condos forgo traditional dining rooms for the in-vogue great room, but some condos make it up with cozy family rooms off of the kitchens. All of the building’s interiors are designed by Daniel Romualdez.
70 Vestry’s condos officially hit the market this spring, but as is often the case with developments of its caliber, the building’s listings have yet to appear online. Its official website gives a decent look inside the building, but new renderings unloaded by the tipster give the most thorough look yet—including at an apartment that just may be the fabled penthouse. That rendering shows off a spacious, high-floor pad with an interior staircase and, from the looks of it, a wood burning fireplace. There’s also a rendering of what appears to be a private rooftop terrace.
The slew of new renderings also shows off 70 Vestry’s impressive—and incredibly schmoozy—amenities, including a lounge room where residents can store their prized booze for sharing (or not sharing) with building residents, and a full-sized squash court. The renderings may not be final, but they do paint a picture of just what buyers in the building may be getting into.
A spokesperson for the development did not respond to a request for comment.