88 Leonard is a luxury apartment rental building located in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan. 88 Leonard brings a rare combination of architectural design, luxury, convenience, and style to a modern aesthetic. It is a new 23-story, 334 unit rental development at Broadway and Leonard Street, and features studios, alcove studios and 1-3 bedrooms. Building amenities include garage, fitness center, lounge, garden, sundeck with hot tub, tenant storage and bicycle storage.
Units and Pricing
There are currently five available listings at 88 Leonard, ranging in size from studios to two bedrooms. The studio is listed at $2,450/month while the two bedroom unit is listed at $5,600/month. The average price per square foot at 88 Leonard is $66 – a steal given the neighborhood!
Features and Amenities
Each apartment features granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens, marble tile baths and white oak plank floors in the living areas. This pet friendly building has a 24-hour attended lobby, 14th floor sundeck, fireplace lounge, bicycle storage, landscaped spa terrace with 20-foot outdoor whirlpool, on-site parking garage with available valet parking. Other features include special membership rates to adjacent Eastern Athletics gym.
88 Leonard Street is located in the heart of Tribeca, a neighborhood beloved for its water views, cobblestone streets and antique shops. The building sits within walking distance of the Tribeca Grand Hotel, The Odeon, Whole Foods, Nobu and a bevy of subway lines (A/C/E/1/2/3/R/W). Transportation to work in the morning is a cinch, and at night, you can come home to something quiet and sophisticated.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
88 Leonard offers a new building with condominium-style amenities at a fraction of the price you’d pay to own something in the neighborhood. Tribeca is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city, especially for the young and wealthy – but at just $66/square foot, you don’t have to be loaded to enjoy everything that 88 Leonard has to offer! The myriad of subway lines surrounding the building make getting around as easy as 1,2,3 (literally).