TriBeCa Real Estate
About TriBeCa NYC
TriBeCa, an acronym for Triangle Bellow Canal, is the neighborhood in downtown Manhattan spanning from Chambers Street to Canal Street between the Hudson River and Broadway. This neighborhood has mixed zoning; once a neighborhood dominated by warehouses, it now is home to a mix of residential and commercial buildings. If you are looking for an office space in one of the most upcoming and trendy neighborhoods, then TriBeCa is the perfect place for your business to grow. In 2006, Forbes magazine ranked the 10013 zip code in TriBeCa as the 12th most expensive zip code in the United States.
Despite the expensive prices, it is still possible for Prime Manhattan Realty to find you an affordable lease agreement in a space that is perfect for your business. Abundant loft apartments and office spaces make up the neighborhood. Not only is TriBeCa similar to SoHo because of their acronym names, but they also have similar downtown atmospheres. But, TriBeCa differs in several aspects. Although TriBeCa has many loft spaces, there are also new modern buildings interlaced throughout the area. TriBeCa also has more commercial space than SoHo. Many trendy restaurants and art galleries line the streets.
For further information about specific spaces and buildings in the TriBeCa area, call Prime Manhattan Realty at (212) 268-8043. We will find the perfect commercial space for your needs at no cost! We will help to negotiate you an ideal lease agreement that will save you money and time.
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TriBeCa Real Estate Guide
The 1 and 9 stop at Canal, Franklin, or Chambers
The 2 and 3 express lines stop only at Chambers
The A, C, and E trains stop at Canal near West Broadway
On the East Side: catch the 6 train at Canal and Broadway
Citibank at 127 Hudson St. between Beach and North Moore
Commerce Bank at 25 Hudson St. between Hudson and Duane. 24-hour
Chase Manhattan at 407 Broadway between Walker and Lispenard. 24-hour
The Canal Street Station, 350 Canal Street near Church Street, (800)275-8777
NYPD 16th Precinct by Ericsson Place between Varick and Hudson Street, 212-334-0611
The Kings Tribeca Pharmacy at 5 Hudson Street, 212-791-3100
The TriBeCa Pharmacy at 23 Avenue of the Americas, 212-219-0095
The Whole Foods on Greenwich & Warren Street (69,000 sq. ft. -Second Largest in the City)
Visit the Tribeca Grill and you’re guaranteed to be served some delicious Mediterranean cuisine and possibly catch a glimpse of a celebrity dining at a nearby table. New Yorkers consider Nobu to be Manhattan's best place for sushi. Try the miso cod or rainbow roll for a real treat. Rather eat steak than fish? Check out Dylan Prime and don’t forget to try the deliciously rich dessert cocktails.
Skip the food and head straight to the bars. Stop by Church Lounge at the Tribeca Grand and prepare to be awed by the hoards of beautiful people sipping on drinks. If you’re looking for a place to relax after work, head to Grace, a great spot with a chill atmosphere. Go over to Antarctica, a neighborhood bar with inexpensive drinks, pool and a humble crowd.
The TriBeCa neighborhood has world famous clubs. The best hot spots in TriBeCa include 1Oak, Tenjune, and Bungalow 8. Yes, you’ll spend a small fortune at these top nighttime venues, but if you’re lucky you’ll brush up against a famous celebrity while dancing the night away to the newest beats from a renowned DJ. If the club scene doesn’t work for you or your wallet, check out comedy shows at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade.
TriBeCa Parks and Recreation:
New York’s premier entertainment attraction is located right in the TriBeCa neighborhood. Visit the TriBeCa Piers to get in a game of golf, bowling, skating, batting cages, or rock climbing. There are programs and camps for kids of all ages, including soccer, baseball, gymnastics, basketball, and more. The fitness center and deluxe spa attract thousands of visitors each day. Go for a ride on your bike or roller-blades down to the Hudson River Esplanade for a cruise along the Hudson River.
TriBeCa Landmarks and History:
TriBeCa, originally a center of Manhattan warehouses and small factories, was transformed in the 60’s and 70’s into a residential neighborhood. Landmarks in TriBeCa include the Holland Tunnel, which connects downtown Manhattan to New Jersey. Others in the area are Washington Market Park and Stuyvesant High School, an elite top-tier public school that is consistently ranked as one of the best public schools in the country.
TriBeCa Area Scene:
The name TriBeCa was created as an acronym for "Triangle Below Canal Street." The area was originally farmland until it was commercialized in the 1850's. The old warehouses and factories have now been transformed into restaurants and residential lofts. Take a walk down any street in TriBeCa and you will certainly be able to feel the vibe of TriBeCa’s interesting history.
Average Age: 38
Median Income: $113,393