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Retail Condo at Toll Brothers Project Comes to Market

A Lee & Associates NYC team of Chris Varjan, Vickram Jambu, George Steffani and Jonathan Braun is marketing a 12,099-square-foot retail condominium at Toll Brothers City Living’s 91 Leonard, a 98-unit residential condo property.

Located at the intersection of Broadway and Leonard Street in Tribeca with a street address of 353 Broadway, the retail condo can be divided into three spaces.

“At the base of the high-end residential building, 91 Leonard, this space provides a prime opportunity for investors to own a trophy retail asset in one of New York City’s most luxurious zip codes,” said Jambu. “In addition, offering unique size options enables us to attract a diverse mix of tenants.”

Surrounding retailers and restaurants include Sweaty Betty, James Perse, Two Hands and Think Coffee. 91 Leonard is located near seven subway lines on Canal Street and two on Franklin Street, along with numerous bus lines.

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