At 60 stories, 56 Leonard is Tribeca’s tallest residential building. The Herzog & de Meuron-designed condo building is an architectural showpiece, with a look that has been compared to Jenga blocks (albeit glassy ones). At press time, just four condos in the 145-unit project were still available. Sales at the project, which was put on hold for years amid the financial meltdown, were officially launched in March 2013. Alexico Group and Hines are the developers. The available homes range from a four-bedroom, measuring 3,709 square feet and asking $14 million, to a five-bedroom penthouse, measuring 5,489 square feet and on the market for $33 million. (A $47 million penthouse went into contract last year, but hasn’t closed yet.) Building amenities include a doorman, a gym, a children’s playroom and a swimming pool. Contact www.56leonardtribeca.com or 212-965-1500.
|NAME||56 Leonard||PRICE RANGE||From $16,500,000 to $33,000,000|
|ADDRESS||56 Leonard Street||SIZE RANGE||From 3,709 Sq Ft to 5,489 Sq Ft|
|TYPE||New building||AVG PPSF||$5,195|
|TOTAL UNITS||145||TAX ABATEMENT||Yes|
|DEVELOPER||Alexico Group, Hines||AVG COMMON CHARGE||$1.02/sf|
|BROKER||Corcoran Sunshine||FINISHED BY||2015|