Inside Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s Rumored Second Apartment at 70 Vestry

The New England Patriots quarterback and his model wife bought their first unit in the building in 2016. Could a combination job be in the works?

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ELIZABETH QUINN BROWN

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New England Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady is off to a good start in the NFL football season, and he and his supermodel wife, Gisele Bündchen, look to be continuing their real-estate winning streak as well. Market chatter says that the fashionable couple has just invested in a second residence at the fashionable 70 Vestry.

The building is a 46-residence construction on the Hudson River in New York’s Tribeca that was created with the esteemed Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Stern describes the exteriors as an exercise in luminousness: “Limestone works more beautifully in the sunshine than any other material. With the western and southern light here, the building will glow.”

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As for the interiors, Brady and Bündchen’s rumored new unit was sold for $25.5 million—$4 million less than the asking price of $29.5 million. It features five bedrooms and five bathrooms across its 4,647-square-foot interior area. Regarding outdoor space, there’s a 1,892-square-foot exterior area with a barbecue and almost 360 degrees of views of the surrounding cityscape.

tom bradyThe luxe interiors are prepped with luxe finishes—the kitchen is as gourmet as it gets—and refined natural materials (read: There’s no shortage of marble in the bathrooms). Also, commissioned art adorns the walls to round out the decor, all of which is thanks to Daniel Romualdez, a 2018 member of Architectural Digest’s AD100. This exclusive address is also home to more than 8,000 square feet of amenities, including a children’s room, a spa with an 82-foot pool, and a private carport.

 

 

 

Notably, this isn’t the first 70 Vestry apartment; the Brady bunch have owned another spread in the building since 2016. (They also previously owned a 48th-floor Madison Square Park apartment.) Perhaps there are plans to combine the two iconic units into one? Talk about a touchdown

Source: architecturaldigest.com


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