91 Leonard Street Opens for Occupancy in Tribeca, Manhattan

91 Leonard Street, designed by SOM and Hill West Architects and developed by Toll Brothers City Living

Residents are now moving into a recently opened condominium building at 91 Leonard Street in Tribeca, Manhattan. The structure was completed earlier this year by Toll Brothers City Living, the urban development division of Toll Brothers, Inc. The 19-story structure was designed in collaboration by Skidmore Owings & Merrill and Hill West Architects, with Whitehall Interiors overseeing the building’s interior design.

“We’re excited with our sales pace and that our homeowners are happy in their new homes,” said David Von Spreckelsen, the New York division president of Toll Brothers City Living. “We are now over 85 percent sold and buyers continue to be attracted to our spacious living spaces at compelling prices in this great neighborhood.”

Residential layouts range from two to four bedrooms and include a variety of open floor plans. Each unit comes equipped with hardwood flooring, marble-clad bathrooms with radiant heating, furnished kitchen appliances, custom fixtures, and in-unit washer dryers.

Model interiors at 91 Leonard Street - Toll Brothers City Living

Model interiors at 91 Leonard Street – Toll Brothers City Living

Amenities include a 60-foot-long lap pool with steam and sauna rooms, a fireplace lounge, a fitness center, a rooftop terrace with additional lounge areas and cooking facilities, a screening room, and bicycle storage.

Residences at 91 Leonard range from $2,570,000 to over $10,000,000 for the most premium properties.

Amenity Spaces at 91 Leonard Street - Toll Brothers City Living

Amenity Spaces at 91 Leonard Street – Toll Brothers City Living

Lap pool at 91 Leonard Street - Toll Brothers City Living

Lap pool at 91 Leonard Street – Toll Brothers City Living

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3 Comments on "91 Leonard Street Opens for Occupancy in Tribeca, Manhattan"

  1. Thanks to a reporter: Lift sea water and beaches into the building, and no need to worry that a storm will disturb you. Because designers choose the best materials for their creation: Believe me!

  2. David in Bushwick | November 11, 2019 at 10:16 am | Reply

    Beautiful texture that will prove timeless, unlike the already dated silver glass boxes.

  3. It’s too bad that someone can’t come along and restore that neighboring cast iron fronted building – what a 19th century gem!

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