Welcome to Tribeca
Posh community brimming with industrial lofts and trendy eateries
An increasingly popular community for bankers, artists, and families, Tribeca is a fantastic place to live if you want to experience wide-open spaces and lush greenery around every corner. What’s more, you’ll have access to some of Manhattan’s trendiest eateries and boutiques, where you’ll meet up with friends for lunch to break up your workday or at night to explore the bright and vibrant city.
Tribeca has an understated elegance to it, with cobblestone streets and cozy lofts that have been carved out from industrial buildings. Every space you look at will have its own charm and character, ensuring you’ll find a one-of-a-kind place that’s perfect for you. And while the city’s landscape is ever-changing, Tribeca has been able to maintain its rustic feel amid renovations and remodels.
What to Love
- Charming, industrial neighborhoods with rustic lofts and trendy eateries
- Close to many city hotspots while being far enough away for peaceful living
- Posh, upscale community with an understated elegance
Tribeca residents love the area for its calm, relaxing atmosphere and wide-open green spaces. As part of the energetic Manhattan borough, it's got a very dense urban feel, but it’s far enough away from the city’s busiest spots to transport you into a completely different world. It’s got some fantastic eateries and boutiques for you to test out and luxury residences to kick back and relax in. It’s a great place for blossoming families to live and for retirees to settle down.
Dining, Shopping and Entertainment
The Greenwich Hotel is home to the Locanda Verde Restaurant, a local tavern that emphasizes rich traditional Italian cuisine and a peaceful spirit. It’s a fantastic spot to stop by after a long day of work or to meet up with friends before heading out for the night. Wolfgang's Steakhouse is another splendid locale for foodies where you’ll dine in an upscale steakhouse and enjoy the finest cuts of meat. And don’t forget the innovative Jungsik, a Korean-inspired restaurant where every plate is innovative and the atmosphere is elegant and calming.
The Shops of SoHo is an exquisite collection of trendy, upscale boutiques that are each as unique as their names. Here you’ll find nothing short of incredible fashions that are both vintage and up-to-date and gifts that are one-of-a-kind. A handful of chic boutiques dot the streets of Tribeca, including A Uno Tribeca, which curates beautiful clothes from international designers. 180 The Store is another swanky joint featuring an inviting atmosphere and quality clothes.
Things to Do
Kick off your Tribeca adventures at the spectacular Tribeca Film Festival, where dozens of today’s best entertainers gather to showcase all forms of storytelling, from film to music to games. It’s a wonderful event that brings together people from all over the world. The Greenwich Hotel is the perfect place for a quick getaway from everyday life in their dark, rustic drawing room or their open-air courtyard full of vibrant plants.
Pier 25 is an excellent spot to spend the day and an even better spot to meet up with friends. Here you can compete in a round of mini-golf along the water, play a friendly game of beach volleyball or walk the seawall and soak up the bright sun and sea breeze. During the warmer seasons, you can sample exceptional food from some of the city’s best vendors.
Tribeca is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include: