Beyond obsessed with Tribeca’s 56 Leonard by Herzog & de Meuron, but not blessed with bajillions to spare?
You’re in luck: The sultrily sculpted 60-story, 145-unit project has just released its cheapest (oh, sorry — least expensive) apartment yet.
Unit 8B East is a 655-square-foot studio asking $1.4 million. That’s a mere $2,137 per square foot!
The open loft has Eastern exposures, 12-foot ceilings, radiant heated floors, walk-in closet and in-unit washer/dryer. And of course, the buyer gets to indulge in the building’s 17,000 square feet of amenities, which include a 75-foot lap pool with a sundeck, gym, screening room, lounge, private dining room, playroom and bike storage.
Have at the floorplan below and ponder that bargain. After all, this is an apartment in the same development where a four-bedroom penthouse went into contract last month for $47 million, or $7,545 per square foot, breaking downtown pricing records.