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81 Leonard St

City Hall, New York, NY
Year Constructed


Lobby Attendant
Close To Public Transit

About 81 Leonard St

Set in TriBeCa, New York's beautiful Historic District, this commercial building has an address of 81 Leonard Street. The structure was built in 1910 and includes 5 floors above the ground. Some rentable office space is offered on the ground floor, though the building is mostly dedicated to residential units.

From the street, there are three sets of double doors leading into 81 Leonard Street. The first set, which is located right on the sidewalk, is the main entrance to the upper floors of the building. The other two sets are slightly elevated off the sidewalk and lead to the two commercial units.

Tall fully operable windows fill each upper level of 81 Leonard Street, while the ground floor features transom windows above all of the doors and large glass storefronts. Thanks to all of these elements, sunlight floods into this mixed-use property.

Once through the main entrance, a friendly doorman greets tenants and guests. This pre-war building is a walk-up and does not feature an elevator. Tenants of 81 Leonard Street enjoy close proximity to Holland Tunnel, Collect Pond Park, Thomas Paine Park, Columbus Park and many subway lines.

Constructed of cast iron, 81 Leonard Street features many details of yesteryear, such as Corinthian columns, peaked and arched build-outs above the windows, block details along the edges of the building and an ornate cornice.

Companies at 81 Leonard St

Franklin Dental Health Dentist Health

Internet Providers for 81 Leonard St

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Verizon New York Fiber
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
MegaPath DSL
50 Mb/s
50 Mb/s

The Market: New York City

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