108 Leonard

108 Leonard is a pre-war condominium building in downtown Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood finished in 1928 and converted in 2018. Situated at 108 Leonard Street, between Broadway and Lafayatte Street, the building contains 110 units and rises 12 stories. The elevator equipped building's amenities include: elevator and on-site parking. The architecture pays homage to the most coveted elements of distinguished Italian Renaissance, including dramatic details of scale, proportion, and volume. Here, ornamental majesty and historic provenance are paired with fresh, modern forms and contemporary design priorities. Award-winning design firm Jeffrey Beers International has meticulously restored renowned architect McKim Mead & White’s Italian Renaissance Revival landmark. Beers has masterfully imbued a distinctly contemporary yet timeless point of view within Tribeca’s most iconic century-old building. These elegant residences, priced from $1,535,000 to over $20 million, range in size from one- to four-bedrooms and include various luxury amenities such as a Wellness Suite offering a fitness center and a stunning 75-foot lap pool, hot tub, steam shower and sauna. An Entertainment Suite that boasts a demonstration kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances and seating for eight, a dining area, a finely-crafted lounge with multiple seating groupings and a fireplace. The space also has glass-walled private dining rooms with adjoining wine cellar, screening room, and billiards room with wet bar.     CITY REALTY ARTICLE    108 Leonard is a pre-war condominium building in downtown Manhattan's  Tribeca  neighborhood finished in 1928 and converted in 2018. Situated at 108 Leonard Street, between Broadway and Lafayatte Street, the building contains 110 units and rises 12 stories. The elevatored building's amenities include: elevator and on-site parking.    CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!       

108 Leonard is a pre-war condominium building in downtown Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood finished in 1928 and converted in 2018. Situated at 108 Leonard Street, between Broadway and Lafayatte Street, the building contains 110 units and rises 12 stories. The elevator equipped building's amenities include: elevator and on-site parking.
The architecture pays homage to the most coveted elements of distinguished Italian Renaissance, including dramatic details of scale, proportion, and volume. Here, ornamental majesty and historic provenance are paired with fresh, modern forms and contemporary design priorities. Award-winning design firm Jeffrey Beers International has meticulously restored renowned architect McKim Mead & White’s Italian Renaissance Revival landmark. Beers has masterfully imbued a distinctly contemporary yet timeless point of view within Tribeca’s most iconic century-old building.
These elegant residences, priced from $1,535,000 to over $20 million, range in size from one- to four-bedrooms and include various luxury amenities such as a Wellness Suite offering a fitness center and a stunning 75-foot lap pool, hot tub, steam shower and sauna. An Entertainment Suite that boasts a demonstration kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances and seating for eight, a dining area, a finely-crafted lounge with multiple seating groupings and a fireplace. The space also has glass-walled private dining rooms with adjoining wine cellar, screening room, and billiards room with wet bar.
 

CITY REALTY ARTICLE

108 Leonard is a pre-war condominium building in downtown Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood finished in 1928 and converted in 2018. Situated at 108 Leonard Street, between Broadway and Lafayatte Street, the building contains 110 units and rises 12 stories. The elevatored building's amenities include: elevator and on-site parking.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

 

 

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