Also named after its location “Triangle Below Canal,” Tribeca has enjoyed glitz and glamour within the last decade. With loft conversions and available space becoming increasingly hard to find in SoHo, Chelsea and the Village, Tribeca’s historic warehouses and factories have been transformed to cater to the elite and discerning. Celebrities and personalities living in the neighborhood don’t hurt its reputation as well. With Robert DeNiro, Harvey Keitel and many other stars calling it home, no wonder trendy boutiques and gourmet restaurants are opening . While Tribeca and Soho may have similar architectural history, Tribeca is able to attract more families with award-winning schools and small parks. The influx of new construction along the Hudson and Tribeca’s southern tip has introduced a new style of luxury living facing the Hudson River with unobstructed views and some of the most phenomenal sunsets you will find in NYC.
Boundaries: North of Barclay Street, South of Canal Street, West of Broadway to the Hudson River.