108 Leonard Street pays homage to coveted elements of an architectural masterpiece.
Built in 1898 with redevelopment commencing in 2013 by the Elad Group and Pebbles Corporation, 108 Leonard Street is a luxury Manhattan condominium located near City Hall. The 16-story building is a showcase of classic Italian Renaissance revival architecture.
The building houses 166 condos, ranging from studios to 5-bedroom units. Asking starts at $1.24M and reaches upwards of $22M, with an average of $1,937 ppsf.
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The building is the former home of the New York Life Insurance Company. Famed architects McKim, Lead & White completed the exterior in 1898, with the architectural restoration managed by the award-winning team at Jeffrey Beers International. The exterior boasts a facade revealing unique sets of patterns and stone on each floor. The interior, completed by SLCE Architect, pulls inspiration from both Italian and Greek design with two marble, symmetrical staircases in the lobby.
The property features over 20,000 square feet of amenities including a 2,200 square foot fitness center, indoor pool, and rooftop garden.
The building is a registered New York Landmark and is listed on the U.S. Register of Historic Places.
Location of 108 Leonard
108 Leonard is located at 108 Leonard Street, Civic Center, Manhattan
108 Leonard amenities, unit mix, and prices
Studio – 1
1 Bedroom – 50
2 Bedroom – 69
3 Bedroom – 36
4-Bedroom – 9
5-Bedroom – 3
$1.24M – $22M
Source: Marketproof New Development
108 Leonard Project Team
Douglas Elliman Development Corp
El Ad Group
Jeffrey Beers International
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