108 Leonard New York
108 Leonard is an elegant landmarked condominium conversion located in Tribeca. Originally constructed in 1894, the McKim, Mead & White architectural masterpiece houses more than 150 condominium residences within the Italian Renaissance Revival-style exterior, which was meticulously restored to its original glory. The ornamental majesty offers dramatic details of scale, proportion and volume paired with contemporary design by award-winning hospitality design firm Jeffrey Beers International.
Residents enjoy an exceptional arrival through one of the building’s three limestone entrances that feature opulent architectural details, many of which are landmarked such as the marble pillars, double staircase and landmarked chandelier that adorn the magnificent Leonard Street lobby. Homeowners may also enter through the building’s private, covered motor reception, clad in Belgian block flooring and ivory quarry pavers with valet attendant.
A bevy of hidden retreats spanning over 20,000 square feet, 108 Leonard’s amenities will provide a private escape in Tribeca. The Wellness Suite features a fitness center, 75-foot lap pool, hot tub, steam shower and sauna. A sprawling Entertainment Suite boasts a demonstration kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances and seating for eight, which opens to a dining area and finely-crafted lounge with multiple seating groupings and a fireplace. The space also has a glass-walled private dining room with adjoining wine cellar, billiards room with wet bar, and screening room. A destination in its own right, the rooftop sundeck offers a serene water feature with reflecting pool, al fresco kitchen with barbecue, dining and lounge suites with gas fireplaces, and private landscaped gardens.
In a nod to this distinguished Italian Renaissance building and its Parisian counterparts, Jeffrey Beers International’s design juxtaposes classic details— oversized moldings and chevron-patterned oak floors —with contemporary touches. These elegant residences, priced from $1,535,000 to over $20 million, range in size from one- to four-bedrooms.
Beers custom designed the high-performance, imported, Italian Scavolini kitchens. From the marble-sheathed backsplashes and stunning marble waterfall islands, to the top-of-the-line appliances by Miele and the Dornbacht polished chrome fixtures, every detail was thoughtfully considered to optimize warmth and efficiency. Lavish master bathrooms, many with freestanding soaking tubs and dramatic Calacatta Black feature walls, evoke a true sense of tranquility.
- 15 story building, 167 condominium residences
- lobby, amenity spaces, residences
- Evan Joseph