Stuart Vevers, the creative director at Coach, and his husband, Benjamin Seidler, a designer and illustrator, have just laid down a little more than $3 million for a pad at 100 Barclay Street, the former Verizon building in Tribeca that has been converted into condos by Magnum Real Estate Group and CIM.
It’s no wonder that the two designers would choose to live in this particular building; it was designed by celebrated architect Ralph Walker, and its lobby is an art deco masterpiece (we took a tour of it last month). The 1,356-square-foot unit the couple bought has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a terrace, white oak floors, radiant floor heating in the master bathroom and double-hung windows.
Vevers has been the creative director of Coach since 2013, taking over for Reed Krakoff. Before that, he was the creative director at Mulberry and Loewe, and he has also worked at Givenchy and Louis Vuitton.