Welcome to Tribeca
Simple sophistication and picture-perfect properties permeate this exclusive New York neighborhood
Nestled along the Hudson River between Greenwich and the Financial District lies one of Manhattan’s most desirable and exclusive communities. Tribeca’s beautifully renovated lofts, stunning architecture, and vibrant downtown areas have made it popular with celebrities, artists, and successful professionals. However, the laid-back, family-friendly atmosphere has also made it an ideal location for families, especially those with younger children looking to enjoy the peace and quiet of this chic community.
Originally used as farmland, the area quickly saw a significant build-up in the early 1900s. Mainly used as a residential area, the community was known as the Triangle Below Canal Street, later shortened to TriBeCa, quickly became popular with artists, actors, models, and other celebrities. Throughout its history, it has maintained its reputation as the home of creatives and is now one of the most elite neighborhoods in the city.
What to Love
- Simple and sophisticated vibe
- Chic yet family-friendly atmosphere
- Water views of the Hudson
- A quiet escape from busy Manhattan
People & Lifestyle
Tribeca is, without a doubt, one of the most sought-after locations in Manhattan, with many homeowners looking for a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Residents living in Tribeca can enjoy peaceful evening strolls and a sense of security without having to sacrifice living in the middle of one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world. Of course, the numerous advantages this community offers have also made it one of the most affluent. Homes in the area are often valued at upwards of $2 million, and the average annual household income for local homeowners is nearly four times the national average.
An artist’s mecca, this neighborhood is filled with outstanding galleries, unique eateries, and exquisite boutiques, which residents certainly enjoy frequenting. There is also a distinct appreciation for the history of the area, and residents can often be found strolling past the beautiful cast-iron architecture and federal-style buildings. The openness and simple beauty of the community also make it possible for residents to enjoy the greenery and outdoor spaces that much more.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Tribeca’s dining scene is one of the best in the city, with one-of-a-kind restaurants and trendy eateries seemingly around every corner. Locanda Verde is one of the most popular places in town. This local hotspot serves some of the best innovative Italian cuisines in the city, with dishes like pan-roasted sea scallops, warm asparagus saltimbocca, goat cheese tortellini, and olive oil-poached halibut that is to die for.
Chef Doug Brixton’s unique approach to modern European dining has put Batard on the culinary map. The menu includes exceptional dishes like cavatelli pasta with mussels and saffron cream, Rohan duck with marinated beets, and seared striped bass with aji Amarillo and coconut.
The Tribeca Grill, owned by Robert De Niro, is a community staple. This outstanding restaurant serves classic American dishes like pan-roasted chicken with sweet peas, truffle crusted salmon, and hand-made pappardelle pasta with short-rib bolognese.
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience, then you absolutely must visit the Roxy Hotel. With eight different dining experiences ranging from fresh local seafood at The Oyster Bar to a beautiful weekend brunch spread, a sacred meal for all New Yorkers, this dining destination has it all.
Things to Do
Tribeca’s ideal location and luxurious ambiance guarantee that residents are able to enjoy a plethora of activities and entertainment opportunities throughout the year. The Hudson River Park is an oasis for all New Yorkers. This 4-mile park offers not only some of the most stunning scenery in the city but also an array of events, including dances, live music, film showings, and more.
The Tribeca Greenmarket is a beloved Wednesday and Saturday tradition. This exceptional farmers market allows guests to purchase directly from local producers, ensuring that not only are you served the freshest products possible but that you are also supporting local growers directly, which is so important to many New Yorkers.
The Mmuseumm is a wonderful way to take an in-depth look at modern culture. This unique, journalistic approach creates a thought-provoking experience, and guests love visiting the 17 ever-changing exhibits spread throughout.
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