Welcome to 70 Pine, a stunning Art Deco tower in the heart of the Financial District. This landmarked skyscraper has been transformed into one of the city's largest and most sought-after residential buildings, offering luxurious living in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods of downtown Manhattan.
With a limestone and glass facade, 70 Pine boasts 644 beautifully appointed apartments that are bound to attract those in the financial industry, and anyone who appreciates unparalleled elegance and sophistication. Originally built in 1932 by Clinton and Russell, the building has undergone a transformation by Rose Associates, a leading development and management company, to create a luxurious living experience like no other.
Residents of 70 Pine can expect nothing but the best. The building features an impressive array of amenities, including a two-level fitness spa, a members-only club, and a restaurant that takes up 15,000 square feet of the first-level space. With over 100 apartments featuring terraces, residents can enjoy the stunning views of the city from the comfort of their own home. In addition, 132 units are dedicated to extended-stay occupants, perfect for those who need a home away from home.
70 Pine is the epitome of elegance and sophistication, boasting a prewar vintage style that exudes classic charm. From the moment you step into the stunning lobby, you'll feel the luxurious ambiance that this building has to offer. With unparalleled attention to detail, each apartment features high-end finishes and modern amenities, including state-of-the-art appliances, spacious living areas, and stunning views of the city.
Located in the heart of the Financial District, 70 Pine is just steps away from some of the best dining, shopping, and entertainment that downtown Manhattan has to offer. With easy access to public transportation, residents can easily explore all that this vibrant city has to offer.
Experience the height of luxury living at 70 Pine. Come home to an unparalleled living experience that you'll never forget.