A three-bedroom is asking $28,000 per month
Four apartments at the Herzog and de Meuron-designed 56 Leonard have now appeared as pricey rentals, according to listings posted on StreetEasy over the past week. The apartments listed included three two-bedroom units, and one three-bedroom. Prices range from $15,000 per month for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with 1,691 square feet of space, and go to up $28,000 per month for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit that spans 2,252 square feet.
Closings at the 60-story Jenga-like tower got underway less than a month ago, over three years after sales first launched on the project. Almost all of the tower's 145 units have sold, with only three apartments listed for sale on StreetEasy.
Another high end luxury tower, 432 Park Avenue, recently began offering up its condos as rentals, with the building's first recorded sale — a three-bedroom that sold for $18 million — appearing as a $60,000 per month rental back in February. Several other units have also debuted as rentals since.
Check out of one of the 56 Leonard rentals in the gallery below as well as floorplans for all four.
- Listings: 56 Leonard Rentals [StreetEasy]
- After years of delays, 56 Leonard can now begin closings [TRD]
- 432 Park Avenue's First Closed Sale Appears As $60K Rental [Curbed]
- All the 56 Leonard Coverage [Curbed]