108 Leonard St., Tribeca, New York, NY | New Line Structures

About this Touchplan Project

Client: New Line Structures

Type: High-Rise Residential

Size: 419,000

Project Summary

108 Leonard Street, Tribeca, New York, NY

This Renaissance-Revival palace in Lower Manhattan was built in 1898 and included a thirteen-story addition by the architectural firm McKim, Mead & White, whose designs for the first Madison Square Garden and Pennsylvania Station heavily influenced some of New York’s most iconic architecture. In 1987, 108 Leonard Street was designated as a New York City landmark. This 419,000-square-foot Tribeca property was redeveloped as a mixed-use combination of luxury residences, hotel space, a 15,000-square-foot community space, and a parking facility

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