MLS® ID: PRCH-301648
91 Leonard St, 14 E
Manhattan, New York, 10013 $4,450,000
NOW 80% SOLD!
Welcome home to this gracious high-floor corner 3 bedroom residence with triple exposure. Look out your living room, dining area and kitchen windows for spectacular views of The Empire State Building and all of midtown including Hudson Yards. The elegant open kitchen is custom appointed with Poliform cabinetry and fully integrated Gagganau appliances. The thoughtfully designed master suite comes with an extravagantly large en suite bath and a very large walk-in closet. This home also features 2 generously sized bedrooms designed to accommodate queen sized beds. This home is the perfect integration of elegance and design for elevated living.
Combining inspiration from Tribeca's rich architectural heritage with a confidently modern point of view, 91 Leonard offers the best of all worlds - brand-new construction in a legendary landmark neighborhood. Developed by Toll Brothers City Living and designed by renowned architects Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and Hill West, the distinguished 19-story building, with 111 condominium residences, conveys a feeling of refined luxury infused with an industrial spirit. The residences are a nod to an iconic Tribeca loft style, with slender whitewashed oak floor planks and generous room heights with nearly floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in abundant natural light. The kitchens boast a handsome palette of oak cabinetry by Poliform, blackened steel backsplashes, Tundra Gray countertops, and a suite of Gaggenau appliances. The stunning spa-like master bathrooms feature Bardiglio marble floors, Poliform oak vanities and medicine cabinets with brass and pewter accents, and custom Watermark plumbing fixtures and accessories. Residents will enjoy an expansive range of amenities, including a 24/7 attended lobby, residents' lounge with secluded area and courtyard, pool, sauna, steam room, fitness center, children's playroom, screening room, and rooftop terrace, elevates full-service living to new heights in Tribeca. Fall 2019 occupancy.