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Art Deco landmark 70 Pine’s pricey penthouses hit the market

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Prices for the luxe Financial District rentals range from $8,500 to $20,000/month

Living room at 70 Pine penthouse

In 2015, developer Rose Associates kicked off leasing for the apartments at the Art Deco landmark 70 Pine Street, a onetime office tower that’s gotten a swanky residential upgrade. Now, they’ve announced the third batch of apartments to hit the market—the “Penthouse Collection,” featuring some of 66-story luxury development’s most upscale units yet.

The penthouses, which start on the building’s 55th floor promise an “elevated” experience with “luxurious layouts,” “astounding panoramas,” and a high degree of privacy. (There are, the listings note, a maximum of three such units per floor.) Prices for the two- and three-bedroom start at $8,500, and go up to a modest $20,000/month. On the bright side, there is no broker fee.

In addition to the expected roster of high-end amenities—gourmet kitchens, with wine refrigerators; “gracious” multi-windowed living rooms; five-piece master bathrooms; in-unit washers and dryers; maybe private terraces—the apartments come with an over-the-top list of shared perks.

Among the building’s communal selling points: two recreational and fitness facilities run by La Palastra, offering “state-of-the-art” equipment, a CrossFit fieldhouse, a pilates studio, and access to a team of trainers, physical therapists, nutritionists, and “other wellness professionals.” Also, two golf simulators. Also, a bowling alley. Less fitness-focused amenities include a screening room in the “historic 70 Pine bank vault,” a children’s playroom, and a grown-up playroom with ping pong and billiards.

Residents have already moved into units on lower floors of the building, and the lobby—home of Black Fox Coffee, NYC’s outpost of the Melbourne coffee shop—has been open to the public for a while.

70 Pine Street

70 Pine Street, New York, NY 10005