The largest penthouse at 67 Vestry, the last historic loft conversion on the Tribeca waterfront, becomes also the most expensive sale in the neighborhood in Lower Manhattan this year. Spanning 6,207 square feet over three stories and featuring 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 3 half bathrooms and four private terraces totaling 1,875 square feet, the penthouse went into contract with an asking of $45 million.
67 Vestry is being developed by Iliad Realty Group and only a few homes are still available.
The penthouse at 67 Vestry is a true rarity along the Hudson. Its 36-foot living room features a fireplace and expansive views of the Hudson River and Jersey City skyline.
Built in 1896 as the warehouse for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, 67 Vestry was transformed into artist’s lofts in the 1970s. Some of the most iconic artists of the 20th Century like John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, and Andy Warhol worked and lived in the building.
Now, the building is being restored and shaped into 13 loft homes designed by Gachot. The award-winning design studio created all of the interiors/public spaces at 67 Vestry.
Residents will have access to various amenities at the building including a lap pool, fitness center, game room, full locker rooms, and a doorman staffed lobby off of historic cobblestone Vestry Street.