Every so often an exquisite building is reborn, 108 Leonard is one. The architects McKim, Mead & White completed the building in 1894. They are of course known for designing the Brooklyn Museum, the White House East and West Wings, and a host of iconic buildings across New York and the country. Today, 108 Leonard has been transformed into one of the most sought after residential buildings in Tribeca. I have the pleasure of representing the owner of one of the units! Imagine two very generous sized bedrooms, two full ensuite bathrooms, and a luxurious powder room. With 11-foot ceilings and southern exposure, the aesthetics are unbeatable from head to toe. Chevron patterned wood flooring in the living/dining room, and the entry foyer. The unit has a split layout with each bedroom suite bookending the apartment. The kitchen is just waiting for that amazing creative host to throw that dinner party. This building is not short on amenities either. With more than 20,000 square feet of entertainment of recreational space, there is something for everyone, including a 75-foot indoor pool, a rooftop garden with spectacular views of the city, cabana lounges, outdoor dining areas, a state of the art fitness center with private training rooms, as well as a wine cellar with accompanying private dining room to host large dinner parties and events.