108 Leonard released the first luxury residence in their 11-unit premier Crown Collection. The sprawling Terrace Penthouse sports an $11.5 million price tag for its 3,683 square feet of indoor space along with an additional 1,509 square feet of private outdoor space on two grand terraces.

108 Leonard has been meticulously restored with a distinctly contemporary flair and sensibility within Tribeca’s most iconic century-old building. The building was designed by SLCE Architects with interiors by Jeffrey Beers.

Developed by Peebles Corporation and Elad Group, 108 Leonard houses 152 residences in total, ranging in size from 851 square feet to 3,683 square feet (the Terrace Penthouse).

The newly released four-bedroom, five-bath Terrace Penthouse (unit 15C) includes a private entryway, two outdoor fireplaces on its south facing terrace and ceiling heights of nearly 11-feet in its expansive great room. The great room is flanked by terraces running the entire length of the residence.

The master suite features two walk-in closets, a midnight kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows with direct access to a private, southern-facing terrace — complete with a cozy fireplace.

All of the bedrooms offer terrace access and en suite bathrooms.

The penthouses included in the Crown Collection feature signature soaring ceiling heights and oversized windows with picturesque views.

108 Leonard offers residents multiple attended lobbies, drive-in motor reception with private valet parking and over 20,000 square feet of wellness-driven amenities.

Douglas Elliman is the exclusive sales agent for 108 Leonard.

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