Residential Conversions & New Buildings
The Juilliard Building
14-22 Leonard Street, TriBeCa, Manhattan
Conversion to residential lofts of three seven-story and two six-story loft buildings totaling 78,000sf in the TriBeCa West Historic District.
The seven story buildings at 14, 16 & 18 Leonard Street were designed by J. Morgan Slade, Architect, for Helen C. Juilliard a member of the prominent Augustus D. Juilliard Dry-Goods firm and constructed in 1881 with a brick facade and a stone and cast iron store base.
The six story building at 20 Leonard Street was designed by J.S. Purdy, Architect, and constructed in 1874 with a brick facade and a stone base.
The six story building at 22 Leonard Street was designed by Joseph Naylor, Architect, and constructed in 1873 with a brick facade and a stone base.
The buildings were combined, two elevator egress cores installed, the exteriors conserved and the interiors converted to 30 residential lofts, including the addition of set-back two-story penthouses.
Landmarks Preservation Commission approval.