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ART DECO LANDMARK 70 RINE’S PRICEY PENTHOUSES HIT THE MARKET

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.

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Artichoke Pizza, Cinnamon Snail Coming to FiDi’s New Food Hall and Market

FINANCIAL DISTRICT — The Financial District is getting in on the food hall trend.

When supermarket City Acres Market opens at the base of landmarked 70 Pine St., a slate of food vendors — including Artichoke Pizza and Vanessa’s Dumplings — will also launch their own counters inside, according to a City Acres advertisement posted on 70 Pine.

City Acres, formerly known as Urban Market, is set to open in March 2017.

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How Lower Manhattan Became the Most Happening Neighborhood in NYC

Lower Manhattan may be the oldest part of NYC, but it is now a new crossroads of commerce and creativity: More than 600 tech companies and a flock of media groups… have moved in next to long-established Wall Street firms. Art Deco skyscraper 70 Pine Street, built in 1932, houses 612 residential units and 132 extended-stay apartments.

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70 PINE ST. FINALLY BRINGS NIGHT LIGHTS TO FINANCIAL DISTRICT

The skyline of FiDi — the historic heart of Wall Street — has been dark by night for too long. That will change Tuesday with the lighting of the crown of 70 Pine St., the Art Deco skyscraper that Rose Associates and DTH Capital have converted from offices to luxury rental apartments.

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LANDMARK 70 PINE ST. BEGINS A NEW LIFE IN 21ST CENTURY

For a project which mere “conversion” seems inadequate to describe, owner Rose Associates had to come up with creative solutions to bizarre challenges — which included a deal with a private club to swap a whole floor for an easement that Rose needed to put bedrooms on one side of the tower.

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TOP 10 SECRETS ABOUT NYC’S ART DECO SKYSCRAPER 70 PINE

When 70 Pine topped out at 952 feet in 1932, it beat out its neighbor 40 Wall Street for the title of Tallest Building in Downtown New York by 25 feet – a title it held for over 40 years until the completion of the original World Trade Center.

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RESTORING HISTORIC LOBBIES IN LUXURY BUILDINGS

“The best thing that ever happened to this lobby was nothing,” said Adam R. Rose, a co-president of Rose Associates. “Nobody today would devote not only the dollars, but the sheer square footage to public spaces that was done back in the ’30s.”

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TWO NEW RENTALS WILL WAGE A WAR OF OUTRAGEOUS AMENITIES

70 Pine is a 1932-built Art Deco skyscraper that rises 66 stories and is in the midsts of a conversion into an extended stay hotel topped by 612 apartments. The Rose Associates and DTH Capital-developed 70 Pine will have a slew of amenities, all sheathed in the attractive Art Deco building.

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NEW YORK’S NEW RENTALS: SMALLER APARTMENTS, MORE PERKS

In addition to a long list of amenities including a screening room in a former bank vault and a two-story La Palestra gym with a two-lane bowling alley, there will be a restaurant and lounge on the top three floors of the 66-story tower.

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NEW PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN’S 70 PINE ST. ARE SKY-HIGH

To Adam R. Rose’s dream of turning 1932-vintage Art Deco skyscraper 70 Pine St. into downtown’s most expensive luxury rental apartments, add a possibly more daunting challenge: to bring the Wall Street district its first great place to eat.

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PINE, FRESH AGAIN

It has been several decades since 70 Pine has been open to the public. Few citizens of or tourists to New York City have seen its splendid lobby, bathed in gold and touched by silver.

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