Leonard Street is in the middle of Tribeca stretching from Hudson from the west to Broadway to the east. The west section abuts Tamarind and Nobu, two of the neighborhood's best restaurants. Along cobblestone street's you walk east to the corner of Leonard and West Broadway, a point equidistant to the four corners of Tribeca. Walking towards Church, you'll pass the New York Law School and some nice loft apartments. At the corner of Leonard and Church you'll see the Tribeca Grand to your norht with its famous clock. On that corner is also the Textile Building, which was build in 1901 by Henry J Hardenborough, whose alse designed the Dakota and Plaza Hotel. Along the street's from Church to Broadway are several well known art galleries and artist studios.