This three-four bedroom, three-bath loft condominium, located in the historic pre-war Textiles Building in the heart of TriBeCa, is approx. 2,400 square feet of pure luxury living.
From the moment one steps into the foyer, the space continues to impress. With its spacious open-concept living/dining room, under 11-foot ceilings and featuring a gas-burning fireplace, surround sound system, track lighting and enormous western exposure windows that bathe the room in natural light and highlight the refinished Brazilian cherry wood floors, the home has a distinguished airy and light ambiance. An open, state-of-the-art chef's kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances from the likes of Sub Zero, Thearmadore and GE Profile, cherry wood cabinetry, granite countertops and flooring sits just off the living/dining area, making the entire space quintessential for entertaining.
The established spaciousness of the living/dining room is carried through to the master bedroom with an oversized window and multiple fitted closets allow for maximum storage. A spa-like, en-suite bath complete with double sinks, stand-in shower, and deep soaking tub add to the splendor of the room. The apartment boasts two additional bedrooms with east-exposure windows-one of which includes yet another en-suite bathroom-and a washer and dryer. The impeccable design, made to accommodate the demands of modern living without losing the sense of home, continues with the two home offices, one tucked just off the entrance to the master bedroom, while the other neighbors the foyer.
66 Leonard - A full service luxury condo, the Textile Building, designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh, renowned architect of the Dakota & Plaza Hotel, features an elevator with doors that are embossed with a weaving machine motif and hallways that pay tribute to the textile industry by displaying antique American textiles and materials. Among many of the copious amenities is a garden courtyard, a rooftop terrace with a children's play area, a fitness center, a bicycle room, a media room, live-in super, and basement storage.
Known for its vibrant culture, TriBeCa is one of New York's premier neighborhoods. Originally the pulse of the textile industry; many of the former industrial constructs in the area have been converted into modern residential buildings, making TriBeCa a neighborhood of architectural brilliance. In addition to the unparalleled history, the area has superb views of the Hudson River and abundant, high-profile restaurants, galleries, and performance spaces. Considered extremely family friendly, its residents have access to top-notch public schools, charming parks, and many lines of public transportation, including the 1, 6, A, C, E, N, Q, R, J, and Z.
Also worth mentioning, 66 Leonard is also directly across the street from incredible new CONDO - 56 Leonard - where the average price per square foot is north of $3400.
There is a brand new Gourmet Garage opening down the street on Broadway and Franklin, a great new YOGA studio up the street called LYONS DEN power Yoga, and even a new James Perse is moving to the hood, just one block north on Church!
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