Photo Credit: 67 Vestry

67 Vestry

Tribeca, New York

67 Vestry St, New York, NY 10013, USA

A historic Romanesque Revival building has been converted into an intimate luxury condominium on Tribeca’s waterfront, offering unimpeded views of the Hudson River. This landmark prewar structure was originally used as a tea and coffee warehouse, and today, 67 Vestry stands two stories taller, with a renovated masonry facade by BP Architects and reimaged interiors by Gachot Studios. It’s the last of Tribeca’s historic waterfront properties, reuniting the past and the present superior craftsmanship and generously proportioned loft residences—there are just 13 in total—paired with refined interiors, unrivaled views and boutique amenities including a 50-foot lap pool.

Developed By Iliad Realty Group


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Exterior view of 67 Vestry condominiums in New York City. Has walkway entrance and surrounding trees. Photo Credit: 67 Vestry

Designed by American architect F.P. Dinkelberg, who is famous for working on the Flatiron Building, 67 Vestry is an impressive building that has remained the cornerstone at Vestry and West since 1896. New York-based BP Architects oversaw its restoration, which preserves the integrity of the original structure while adding two unique penthouse residences, set back with outdoor terraces. The overall effect is reinvigoration rather than transformation. A well-known hub and studio space for the Downtown arts community that adopted and adapted it in the middle of the 20th century, 67 Vestry is still recognizable as the warehouse building that was once home to some of the world’s most creative minds.

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Known for cobblestone streets and waterfront views, Tribeca was once part of a parcel of land given by Queen Anne of England to Trinity Church. Today, the neighborhood, named for its location in the “Triangle Below Canal Street,” is quiet and inviting, with a restaurant scene that includes local institutions like The Odeon and Bubby’s, and ample outdoor space in the Hudson River Park and Washington Market Park. Off the beaten path, the petite Mmuseumm displays objects that tell the story of life today. Every summer, the Tribeca Film Festival draws filmmakers, actors, and artists to the neighborhood.

There are just 13 residences at 67 Vestry, including half floor, full floor, townhouse and penthouse homes. Gachot Studios crafted the elegant, understated interiors, which have neutral color palettes, simple geometric lines, and open-plan living spaces. Of note are the custom Albertini windows and, for the top-floor residences, sprawling outdoor terraces.

Unobstructed water views and a piece of history—these are among the exclusive amenities at for 67 Vestry. Yes, there’s a 50-foot swimming pool in a double-height wood-paneled room and a fitness center with training equipment that makes it feel like a private club. But this is a place where Marisol Escobar, John Chamberlain, and Andy Warhol lived, gathered and worked, with a rare waterfront location and sweeping views of the Hudson River.

  • 24hr Doorman
  • Bike Storage
  • Fitness Center
  • Game Room
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Swimming Pool

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