70 Pine Street is a 67-story building rising 952 feet tall built in 1932 for the Cities Services Company, a “light, heat and power” company owned by Henry Doherty. Clinton & Russell, Holton & George designed 70 Pine Street in the Art Deco style with some Gothic elements such as the wedding cake and spire top. When completed, 70 Pine Street was the third-tallest building in the world. In 1975, the building was purchased by AIG and became AIG headquarters until the financial crisis of 2008.
Ronny Bruckner purchased the building in 2012 and DTH Capital completed the residential conversion in collaboration with Rose Associates in 2015. The building has 612 apartments, 164 hotel rooms operated by Mint House and several luxurious amenities including a state of the art gym with a bowling alley and golf simulator. Retail tenants include a City Acres Supermarket, Blue Park, a fast casual restaurant, Mutha Pearl hair salon, Spear Physical Therapy and Black Fox coffee shop.
In collaboration with J2K, DTH has opened different food and beverage concepts to serve building residents and the vibrant downtown community including: