The 419,000-square-foot Tribeca landmarked building is undergoing a massive mixed-use redevelopment. Plans include 152 luxury condo residences, a possible boutique hotel, 15,000 square feet of community space and a parking facility.
The new renderings reveal 108 Leonard Street’s grand entrance and lobby, with seating areas and a front desk framed by two ivory staircases. The design reflects the Renaissance Revival style of the the building’s exterior.
The residences are shown to be spacious with open floor-plans. The dining room has seating for six and opens into a large living room with floor-to-ceiling windows. Bathrooms feature deep soaking tubs and dual-sink countertops.
One of the building’s high-end amenities, a 75-foot-long indoor lap pool, gets the spotlight in another of the newly released renderings. The poolside area’s warm, earthy tones and serene wood paneling create a spa-like ambiance.
Also revealed on the teaser site is 108 Leonard Street’s landscaped rooftop lounge which provides panoramic views of the surrounding neighborhood. The rooftop renderings also detail fully covered cabanas and open seating on split levels, fire pits and a reflecting pool.
108 Leonard Street was completed in 1898. The exterior of the building and much of the interior space was declared a landmark by the city in 1987.
The redevelopment is scheduled for completion in 2019.