Zoned in the shape of a trapezoid, Tribeca means “Triangle Below Canal Street” and is known for its industrial lofts and modest sophistication. Encompassed by world-class dining and retail, the area is super chic with a plethora of apartment buildings.
During the 1970s, Tribeca housed many artists when airy lofts turned into studios or “live-work” residences. In addition to tree-lined streets and landscaping, families are attracted to Tribeca because of its proximity to Hudson Park and award-winning public schools.
If you enjoy staying out a tad longer than the rest – then Tribeca’s got you covered. Tribeca shops, eateries, and bars are open even later that the rest of Manhattan. Subway stations abound for easy commutes, and residents enjoy their proximity to the Holland Tunnel, Rockefeller Park, and the Borough of Manhattan Community College.
The neighborhood is home to the Tribeca Film Festival and One World Observatory. Residents are in walking distance of the Brooklyn Bridge.