Bar & Restaurant
Tribeca is one of Manhattan’s most notable neighborhoods. With stunning architecture, great dining options, and a cadre of celebrity residents, it’s easy to see why. The district is the sum of its past - from hub of industry to center of art to one of the most desirable areas in NYC, where cast-iron facade walkups give way to glass skyscrapers. Amid it all is this massive underground space. The area is divided into two rooms, the first of which is home to a large red desk that can be used for reception, as a wrap desk, or to display products. The second area closes off with privacy screens and comes with a projector. Throughout the space, white walls, light-gray wood floors, and high ceilings give the room an art-gallery vibe. And even though the space is below ground, light is still plentiful thanks to the ample track lighting. Leonard Street is in the heart of Tribeca and gets the foot traffic those working downtown, tourists, and residents. And this space is right off of the Canal Street subway stop.