V33 at 33 Vestry Street in Manhattan's TriBeCa neighborhood is a one-of-a-kind, nine-story boutique building that presents an asymmetrical façade. Designed by world-renowned architect Winka Dubbeldam, this new condominium has become a luxury landmark building which displays interlinking translucent stone sheaths, glass and metal panels set at alternating angles so as to channel ambient light.
Limiting to only seven residences, V33 offers exclusivity to its residents. Of the seven condominium apartments, there are two triplexes, four full-floor residences and a duplex penthouse that feature outdoor terraces with gardens. The apartments range from approximately 3,200 square feet to 4,400 square feet in interior size.
There are generous living and dining spaces that have heated Basaltina stone tiles. The units also have ceilings from 10 to over 13 feet high and Mafi wide plank wood flooring. The open-plan kitchens feature cutting-edge appliances. The oversized master bathrooms have heated Novelda limestone flooring and crème micro line chiseled walls installed. The penthouse units have 5-foot gas-burning fireplaces with Pompeii stone hearths, more than 3,000 square feet of outdoor space, and a private roof deck with a 16-foot by 8-foot infinity pool.
The building also provides indoor parking with no visibility to the exterior, which can be accessed only by residents.