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    Textile Building

    66 Leonard Street
    New York, NY 10013
    Residential, Sales, Leasing/Rental, Condo

    66 Leonard Street is a residential building, known as the Textile Building or 241 Church Street in Tribeca, with a three-story, 30,000 square foot retail condominium at its base. In 1999, residential developer Tessler Developments converted the building to 46 residential condominium apartments and added a penthouse. The buildings amenities include a garden courtyard, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center, a bicycle room, and an on-site attended 50-car garage. Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the French chef with an empire of New York City restaurants, is a former tenant of the retail space. The neoclassic structure is 12-stories high and was designed by Henry Hardenbergh, the architect who is responsible for the Dakota apartment building. Ashkenazy Acquisition, a New York City-based firm that invests in retail and office real estate, acquired the retail condo in February 2012 for $6.2 million from Tessler. MK

    • Address 66 Leonard Street
    • neighborhood Midtown
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Ashkenazy Acquisition
    • developer James Lee
    • LIST/LAUNCH SALES 11/17/1999
    • floors 46
    • ag file plans 03/08/1999
    • AG FILE Link
    • residential units 47
    • total units 47
    • square feet 152,495
    • block and lot 1-00173-7501
    • BIN 1001877
    Condominium Units+