71 Leonard Street

71 Leonard Street is a luxury rental apartment building located in Manhattan’s rapidly growing Tribeca ┬áneighborhood. Tribeca has recently become one of the most desirable places to live in New York City, outpacing the West Village to become the “it” neighborhood with the young and the wealthy. Loft apartments at 71 Leonard Street offer exceptionally high ceilings and large windows, which accentuate the exposed red brick walls and antique tin ceilings. 71 Leonard is just five stories and offers eight luxury style lofts.

Units and Pricing

There are currently no available units at 71 Leonard Street; previous pricing is unknown.

Features and Amenities

Loft apartments at 71 Leonard have a decidedly Parisian feel, thanks to their open layouts, exposed red bright walls and enormous windows. Period details such as antique tin ceilings, french doors and antique fixtures add a charming quality to the residences, which have been well-restored and modernized with preserving the historical qualities.


Tribeca is rapidly becoming one of the most popular neighborhoods in New York City, thanks to its quaint cobblestone streets, antique shops and top of the line eateries. Gourmet grocery stores and small coffee shops abound, as do big box stores such as Barnes and Noble and Bed Bath and Beyond. 71 Leonard Street is located close to both the 1 and the N/R/W trains, and is within walking distance of Soho.

Why You Would Want to Live Here

Ever wanted to live in Paris? Does your job keep you here in New York? Try renting a loft at 71 Leonard – the building’s period details are unbeatable, from the exposed red brick walls to the antiqued tin ceilings to the large windows and the gorgeous French doors. Loft living in New York often means choosing between an artist’s space in the far reaches of Williamsburg, Brooklyn; or laying down a big deposit on a place in Soho. 71 Leonard offers the benefits of loft living without the high cost of ownership – not to the mention the neighborhood is quiet, quaint and well-respected.