Tribeca

Living in Tribeca

The Tribeca neighborhood is a peaceful pocket of quiet between bustling Chinatown and the busy Financial District. Tribeca—which stands for “triangle below Canal Street”—has been a haven for artists since the 1970s. The neighborhood is full of large, airy lofts and artist studios housed in converted warehouses. South of SoHo, the neighborhood is also a favorite of A-list celebrities. Tribeca’s cobblestone streets weave between beautiful restored buildings and newly-built modern spaces that attract a trendy crowd.

Tribeca Attractions

Tribeca has tons to offer those who love spending time outdoors. Cross over West Street and hop onto the Hudson River Greenway, where you can take a stroll along the Hudson River. When the weather warms up, grab your friends and head onto Pier 25, where you can play a game of beach volleyball on their volleyball court. Tribeca is also home to Washington Market Park, a serene neighborhood park that has tennis and basketball courts and a playground. This park also often has events on holidays, like a Halloween parade and a Christmas party.

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Tribeca also has many galleries that display works from top artists. One of the most celebrated galleries is Alexander and Bonin, which often has shows from mid-career artists. Tribeca is also home to the Poster Museum, a unique museum that showcases posters from around the world. In this museum, you’ll see everything from vintage movie posters to classic travel posters.

Tribeca Restaurants and Bars

Tribeca is known for its high-end restaurants that serve trendy dishes. If you’re a fan of Robert De Niro, try Tribeca Grill, which he co-owns. This spot has won the prestigious Grand Award from Wine Spectator Magazine every year since 2002, and they have over 2,000 wines available. To eat, they have mouth-watering steak and seafood dishes, and they have a popular brunch.

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Another favorite of Tribeca locals is Bubby’s, a spot that’s famous for its hearty brunches. They also have a dinner menu filled with all-American classics, like burgers, fried chicken, and roasted pork. If you’re craving sushi, check out Takahachi Tribeca, a causal eatery that offers classic sushi and sashimi along with tempura dishes.

Tribeca’s nightlife scene is a bit more lowkey than other spots in the city, but there are still plenty of options for those who want to relax with a glass of wine or an artisanal cocktail. If you’re a whiskey fan, check out the Brandy Library, which has a well-stocked bar filled with rare Cognacs. Weather Up is a good spot to hit if you’re looking for a unique cocktail—they have an extensive menu, and the bartenders are also happy to make whatever you’d like. If you’re just looking for a glass of wine, try Terroir, which has a large menu filled with wines from around the world.

 

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101 Warren rises 35 stories in Tribeca, just north of the World Trade Center. This luxury building has 227 contemporary apartments that feature 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, private loggias, and custom millwork throughout. Kitchens are by Bulthaup b3 and appliances are Sub-Zero and Miele.

JW Marriott Essex House

Located opposite Central Park at 160 Central Park South, the JW Marriott Essex House is one of the New York’s premier hotels. It is now proud to offer a range of one, two and three bedroom apartments for sale- all with full use of its five-star facilities.

One Kenmare Square

One Kenmare Square façade is composed of alternating horizontal bands of brick & glass on an undulating curve that shifts at every floor. The banded brick is reminiscent of the old warehouse buildings that are part of this part of the city. The brick on the front façades is a textured iridescent gray. At different times of day, the brick will appear to change color, from a silvery sheen to purple gray, to black.

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The Carlton House

Extell Development Company presents The Carlton House, 21 East 61 Street. The Carlton House is being transformed into 68 exceptional 2-6BR residences. Reinterpreted and transformed to the highest standards of the 21st century, these luxury homes will set a new standard of excellence for premier developments in Manhattan.

One Madison

One Madison is one of the most desirable new build condominiums in Manhattan’s highly desirable Flatiron District. Rising 60 stories high and located at 23 East 22 Street in NY, its gleaming glass facade is sure to catch the eye, however its luxury interiors and world class amenities are no less appealing. It comes as little surprise that its apartments offer some of the best views of any in the city.

Yves Chelsea

Located at 166 West 18th Street, in the heart of Chelsea, Yves Chelsea offers everything that you would expect from one of Manhattan’s finest condominiums- and a little bit extra. All 41 of its apartments are finished to the very highest of standards and benefit from some of the best amenities of any residences in the city- including a full sized, indoor swimming pool.

Olympic Tower

Located opposite the Rockefeller Center at 641 Fifth Avenue, Olympic Tower is one of Manhattan’s most iconic mixed use towers. Developed by Aristotle Onassis, it houses a combination of up-market offices, a luxury arcade and a range of one to five bed apartments. Since opening in the late Seventies it has been home to some of New York’s most wealthy inhabitants.

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