Welcome to Tribeca
Tribeca—The Triangle Below Canal Street—is a decidedly 21st-century neighborhood. Once a manufacturing district, the industrial warehouses have since been renovated into luxurious residential buildings, and chic restaurants and boutiques have sprung up on the street level. The result gives Tribeca a hip edge no other neighborhood can match.
Located between the business district of Downtown Manhattan and the cultural treasures of Greenwich Village, Tribeca is perfectly situated to offer a full New York experience. Bordered by the beautifully developed Hudson River Park, residents have direct access to some of the best outdoor spaces in the city. Coupled with the bustling energy of Canal Street, Tribeca locals have a variety of experiences at their fingertips.
Spacious converted lofts are Tribeca’s defining feature. With the privacy and flexibility such spaces afford, the neighborhood offers many exciting high-end residential opportunities.
What to Love
- Outdoor activities and sweeping views of Pier 25 in Hudson River Park
- Sophisticated and quiet atmosphere of this sparsely populated neighborhood
- The cultural delights of the art galleries and the annual Tribeca Film Festival
People and Lifestyle
Tribeca offers the peace of a residential community with the vibrancy of a neighborhood with a lively past. Its industrial history is preserved in the architecture, and the community’s role in New York’s artistic renaissance informs the exciting and bold style choices of the area.
Residents can take advantage of the spacious living spaces, and Manhattan professionals benefit from the central location. In Tribeca, modern lifestyle meets convenience.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Tucked away from the bustle of touristy neighborhoods, Tribeca’s commercial and entertainment scenes cater almost exclusively to the high-end sophistication of the locals.
The elegant simplicity of Issey Miyake’s designs compliments the chicness of the neighborhood. For unique purchases one can only make in New York, Ten Thousand Things sells abstract jewelry crafted with expertly chosen precious stones. To the West is Edon Manor, a purveyor of elegant women’s accessories whose boutique takes full advantage of the views afforded by the neighborhood.
The restaurant scene is pinpointed by Tamarind Tribeca, a formal Indian restaurant with a highly-coveted Michelin Star known for its exceptional chicken tikka masala and lamb appetizers. For something more relaxed, Tribeca Grill, founded by celebrity local Robert DeNiro, offers new American cuisine with a wine list described as “epic” by Time Out. Further south, retro-themed Odeon pays homage to the artistic influence of the neighborhood’s past while serving French-American cuisine.
Things to Do
As with its distinct atmosphere, Tribeca offers a unique assortment of activities.
For events, the highlight is the annual Tribeca Film Festival. World-renowned for its lineup of innovative films, the festival has become an enthusiastic celebration of cinema. Attendees enjoy early screenings of films and Q&A sessions with directors who will shape the cultural conversation for years to come.
For the rest of the year, residents enjoy the blocks of restaurants, boutiques, and oddity stores lining Greenwich and Canal Street. For weekend brunches, nighttime cocktails, and nearly everything in between, The Roxy Hotel’s numerous bars and lounges feature quality atmosphere, entertainment, and cuisine.
Tribeca is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- PS 150, PK-5, small school with a vibrant, arts-infused curriculum
- PS 234, K-5, highly-rated public school