Welcome to Tribeca
From industrial center to artists’ mecca.
What to Expect
The entertainment perks of living in NYC, but a quieter neighborhood to call home.
In Tribeca, you’ll hardly ever encounter congested streets or throngs of people. It’s a sparsely populated neighborhood with lots of greenery and outdoor space. Tribeca is also well-known for its architecture, which features both towering high-rise buildings, as well as meticulously restored factory and loft spaces.
Peaceful strolls along the Hudson River and late (but low-key) nights.
Luxury living in lofts and elevator buildings, but at a cost.
High-rise luxury buildings are abundant in Tribeca. The units in Tribeca are big, but residents pay a high price for square footage. Many have gorgeous waterfront views. Pre-war walk-ups can be more affordable, though they too are more expensive than in other areas.
You'll Fall in Love With
The understated elegance tucked away from busy downtown Manhattan.
The uncluttered, simple grace of Tribeca allows for the small details of the neighborhood to shine. If you’re ever in need of a break from the wear and tear of the big city, Tribeca will happily provide you with the shelter you’re looking for.