101 Leonard Street is a new condo conversion in Tribeca. The building is also known as The Leonard and offers 66 luxurious residences in a wonderful downtown location. 101 Leonard was initially constructed in 1920 before being converted to residential condos in 2013 and opening to residents 2014. The property was developed by well-known developers Bizzi and Partners.
The stunning condos at The Leonard are well-equipped with high-end interiors. The luxurious finishes in each residence include in-home washers and dryers, solar shades, hardwood flooring, and soaring 10.5 to 18-foot ceilings. The kitchens feature an ultra-modern design with quartz countertops, custom cabinetry, and integrated, paneled appliances. The marble bathrooms feature deep soaking tubs. Most of the residences also have a second bathroom or powder room.
The Leonard is a building that has many amenities, which residents can enjoy. To start, there’s a live-in super and 24-7 doorman and concierge with cold-storage. There’s also a modern, fully-equipped fitness center, and a luxurious rooftop lounge. Best of all, the building is located just steps from the best of Tribeca, with plenty of world-class shopping, dining, art galleries, and other cultural attractions at your fingertips.
What does it cost to live at The Leonard?
You can buy a one-bedroom condo at the Leonard for $1.2 to $1.5 million, while the larger two-bedroom homes start just below the $2 million mark. Three-bedroom residences can hit the market starting at around $3 million, and the larger penthouses can go for much more. Read more
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