Paying homage to the most coveted elements of an architectural masterpiece at 108 Leonard, ornamental majesty and historic provenance are leveraged anew with fresh modern forms and contemporary design priorities.
This 1,700 square foot floor-thru 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence offers exceptional separation between private and entertaining space. A gracious and discrete formal entry leads to an impressive great room, with a seamlessly adjoined open kitchen and dining space. Gorgeous wide plank blond oak flooring arranged in a chevron pattern runs throughout the entertaining spaces. Custom designed by Jeffrey Beers International exclusively for 108 Leonard, Scavolini kitchen cabinetry is featured in an open plan with a Calacatta Vagli marble countertop, backsplash, and waterfall island replete with supplemental storage and ideal for both every day and occasional entertaining. Generously proportioned, the kitchen is outfitted with premium Miele appliances including a 5 -burner gas cooktop with vented hood, combi steam/convection oven, electric speed oven, and wine refrigerator.
The bedrooms are optimally positioned opposite the living areas offering maximum privacy, exceptional supplemental storage spaces, and a large utility closet with sink. The Primary Suite features an enormous walk-thru closet/ dressing room and an exquisite en suite bath with separate glass enclosed shower and an Agape free-standing soaking tub, with high-honed Calacatta Mandria marble floors and walls. Fantini polished chrome fixtures compliment the custom vanity, shower, and bath. A secondary bedroom offers outstanding storage and an off-suite secondary bath.
Featuring a discreet drive-in motor reception including valet parking and three luxurious attended lobbies each with its own elevator bank, 108 Leonard offers both the intimate experience of a boutique building and the breadth of over 20,000 square feet of wellness-driven amenities. Award-winning hospitality design firm Jeffrey Beers International has scrupulously restored renowned architect McKim Mead & White's Italian Renaissance Revival landmark; masterfully imbuing a distinctly contemporary yet timeless point of view within Tribeca's most iconic century-old building.