This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from April 07, 2015
Truly rare, this sprawling approx. 2,813-sq.ft. loft occupies the entire northwest corner of the renowned Textile Building in the heart of Tribeca. The home boasts 16 oversized windows offering brilliant sun and city views from every room. Featuring 3 nicely sized bedrooms, and 3.5 baths, this expansive home can easily accommodate a 4th bedroom. It offers all of the bells and whistles, including a Sonance A/V system with speakers and touch pads throughout and bleached ash-wood floors. Spectacular architectural details such as soaring approx. 10' ceilings, rare steel beams, and industrial metal doors evoke the building's Tribeca heritage. Upon entering the home you are struck by both how impressive and open the loft is, while also being completely welcoming and serene. This grand, light-filled space has an open kitchen with top of the line stainless appliances, a double-wide living room and a spacious dining area. The focal point of the open loft area is the exquisite and newly appointed rough-cut limestone wall with gas fireplace. The home is perfect for entertaining. The expansive master bedroom features CitiQuiet windows, a significant walk-in closet, and bath featuring a Kohler shower, toilet and freestanding tub, as well as heated towel bars and a double vanity. There are 2 additional bedrooms, both generous in size with private baths. Bath fixtures include a mixture of WaterWorks, Kohler, Kallista, Toto, plus Carrera marble countertops. The half-bath is located off the foyer. The Textile Building at 66 Leonard Street was designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh, famed architect of The Dakota and The Plaza. The condominium is a full-service 24-hour doorman building with newly renovated public spaces including the lobby, library with catering kitchen and dining, fitness center with steam room, roof garden with an outdoor grill, and children's play area. The building is pet friendly, offers private storage and a bike room.