Luxurious glass home in the sky offers panoramic views of Manhattan from the 38th floor at the iconic 56 Leonard in TriBeCa. This spacious 3 bedroom, 3.5 baths with almost 500 s/f of terrace space offers breathtaking views from soaring 12' floor-to-ceiling windows and penthouse-like features with fantastic indoor/outdoor living! The main living area combines an open chef's kitchen and an extra-large terrace on the eastern side providing an abundance of space for dining and entertaining with sweeping city views of Midtown spires, the Manhattan Bridge, Freedom Tower and New York Harbor.
The open chef's kitchen features an Absolute Black granite kitchen island and Corian counter tops. Seamlessly incorporated appliances including double Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele double oven, six-burner cook top with fully vented hood, two dishwashers and a Sub-Zero wine cooler. A separate laundry room with a Maytag vented washer/ dryer and sink. Satin-etched glass cabinets provide abundant storage and white oak flooring throughout the residence creates a striking minimalist aesthetic.
The elegant south and east-facing master suite with private terrace features a spa-like windowed five-fixture master bath of travertine and marble with radiant heated floors. Two additional bedrooms complete this home both with en-suite bathrooms. 211 s/f of storage and a parking space both available for purchase separately. 56 Leonard designed by Herzog & de Meuron, featuring an original Anish Kapoor sculpture at its base is the epitome of a full-service building offering 17,000 square feet of amenities including indoor pool, screening room, outdoor sundeck, fitness center, steam room, sauna, and children's playroom.
56 Leonard is located in the heart of Tribeca, walking distance to some of the city's finest shops and celebrated restaurants, residents can stroll down romantic and storied streets experiencing the quaintness that has given the neighborhood a global appeal.Tribeca's famously rich architectural setting, destination galleries, museums and public art make it the cultural focal point of lower Manhattan.