88 LEONARD ST

88 Leonard Street

Developer
Leviev Boymelgreen
Active Listings
21 Active Rentals
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price
APT 1121 STUDIO 1 BATHS N/A $3,150
APT 316 STUDIO 1 BATHS N/A $3,595
APT 914 STUDIO 1 BATHS N/A $3,625
APT 1113 STUDIO 1 BATHS N/A $3,625
APT 802 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,550
APT 821 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,625
APT 418 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,675
APT 426 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,775
APT 825 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,795
APT 1416 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,830
APT 1807 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,870
APT 1510 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,870
APT 816 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $4,875
APT 315 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $5,550
APT 1212 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $5,860
APT 1015 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $5,875
APT 1118 2 BEDS 1 BATHS N/A $6,500
APT 604 2 BEDS 2 BATHS N/A $7,100
APT 1701 3 BEDS 2 BATHS N/A $9,350
PHA7 3 BEDS 3 BATHS N/A $11,000
PHA2 3 BEDS 3 BATHS N/A $12,275

Building Description

88 Leonard Street is an apartment building in Manhattan. The Manhattan apartments at 88 Leonard Street prime their residents for living in the Big Apple. A Post-war High-rise building, 88 Leonard Street offers apartments for residents. 88 Leonard Street is a rental building. Building features and amenities include doorman and concierge. Apartments at 88 Leonard Street have design features like oversized windows. 88 Leonard Street offers 22 floors and 334 apartments. This building was built in 2006. 88 Leonard Street 's rental apartments are available in Manhattan's Tribeca.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • billiards room
  • concierge
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • garage
  • garden
  • laundry
  • laundry service
  • lounge
  • pool
  • rooftop deck
  • storage room
  • tennis court
  • valet service
Developer
Leviev Boymelgreen
Active Listings
21 Active Rentals

Location

Staticmap?size=450x300&zoom=16&markers=40.7170753, 74

Nearby Transportation

Franklin Street & Varick (4 min walk)

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Canal Street & Broadway (4 min walk)

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Chambers Street & Church (4 min walk)

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Tribeca

Tribeca is by far one of the most desirable places to live in Manhattan. Like Soho, Tribeca was formerly an industrial center with sweatshops before being rezoned for residential use. Wealthy New Yorkers became increasingly drawn to the area for its edgier atmosphere and the neighborhood...

 
 

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