Welcome to Tribeca
Where downtown cool meets sophisticated luxury.
The private and artsy neighborhood of Tribeca, originally known as “Triangle Below Canal Street,” is home to luxurious apartments and townhouses, upscale shopping, and incredible fine dining opportunities. Tribeca sits along the Hudson River, providing residents with peaceful, waterfront views, scenic walks through the neighborhood, and quiet, tree-lined streets.
By the early 21st century, Tribeca became the place to be for artists and creatives, launching the Tribeca Film Festival and developing the art scene. Tribeca offers unique experiences along its historic city corridors and is one of the most pleasant “walkable” communities in Manhattan. It's hip and trendy atmosphere pairs well with its eclectic culinary scene, quirky art galleries, and welcoming neighbors.
What to Love
• A quiet neighborhood with excellent nightlife
• Luxury loft high-rises in renovated warehouses
• A suburban feel blocks away from the concrete jungles of Manhattan
Residents of the Tribeca area enjoy a laid-back and casual atmosphere in a historic district. The architecture dates back to the 1600s and features intricate details across a variety of classic, gothic, and modern designs. The restored historic warehouses make Tribeca’s quiet streets feel like you’re living on a movie set, and residents can choose between high-rise, luxury apartment buildings with waterfront views or pre-war walk-ups for a more inexpensive alternative. For a peaceful break from Midtown and the noise of the city, living in Tribeca is a fantastic option for a more “suburban” feel within the city limits.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
Visit Locanda Verde
on the corner of Greenwich Street for a satisfying, authentic Italian meal. Chef and restaurateur Andrew Carmellini create rustic and refined meals with passion — dishes
include pan-roasted sea scallops, potato gnocchi with pesto, and a rich blueberry mascarpone gelato with lemon and pizzelles.
Experience Indian cuisine in its purest form at Tamarind
. With enticing dishes made with complex flavors and fresh ingredients, you can’t go wrong with a reservation at this Tribeca staple. Their most renowned (and loved) dish is the Lobster Masala, made with shiitake mushrooms, chopped onions, garlic & white wine reduction.
The top institution for fine drinking downtown, Brandy Library
offers small plates, cocktails, and the most comprehensive spirit bar in all of Manhattan. In addition to their fantastic collection, the space itself is a sight to behold: the walls are lined with backlit shelves showcasing an array of unique bottles and the atmosphere makes you feel like you’ve been transported back in time to a 1920’s speakeasy. Enjoy a drink or take a class
— all are welcome at the Brandy Library.
Things to Do
The Hudson River Park
is not like anything you’ve seen before. Its innovative design includes over 500-acres of green space, bike paths, walkways, and playgrounds over four miles along the Hudson River. The newest highlight of the park is Little Island
, a floating park along Pier 55 that offers New York City residents a truly unique environmental experience. Hudson River Park is open daily and hosts special events throughout the year, like outdoor movies, yoga classes, and science education courses for children.
“A place for cocktail shakers, music makers, and bite takers,” Roxy Bar
is open for fresh, seasonal American dishes created with passion and spirit. Known as “the place where all the kids go,” Roxy Bar is more than just an excellent spot for food and drinks — it’s also a hip hangout with pool tables, a plush seating area, and arcade games. Enjoy a cocktail, listen to great tunes, and grab a bite after work with friends — the perfect location for the young-at-heart to gather after a long day at work.
The Tribeca Film Festival
is a legendary New York event since its inception in 2002. The film festival has seen over 2.3 million people over the years at workshops, film screenings, actor interviews, and panel discussions and with a global audience, the festival has included a virtual option since 2010, expanding its reach to millions throughout the globe.
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