Five years after the project was first announced, the converted condos within Tribeca’s famed clock tower building are now ready to launch sales. The conversion, led by the Elad Group, has created 150 apartments inside the McKim, Mead & White landmark, which previously functioned as a criminal court building.
Apartments at the Tribeca condo, now going by the address of 108 Leonard Street, will ask from $1.535 million to upwards of $20 million. On the building’s website, currently available units range from $1.64 million and go up to $5.975 million.
The building will feature a mix of one through four-bedroom condos. Some of the standout features of these apartments, with interiors by Jeffrey Beers International, include 10-to-14-foot-tall ceilings, five-inch wide oak floors, marble-clad kitchens and bathrooms, and gallery walls for art collectors.
The sales launch is also accompanied by a host of new renderings, including ones for the buildings sprawling amenities package. Spread out over 20,000 square feet, the amenities here will include a fitness center, a 75-foot lap pool, a steam and sauna, a screening room, a billiards room with a wet bar, a residents lounge with a fireplace, and a rooftop lounge with a reflective pool, among several other amenities.
Sales and marketing are being handled by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. Though the developers received somewhat of a setback last year when a judge ruled that the historic clocktower portion of the building could not be part of the triplex penthouse, they are moving forward with the rest of the conversion.