Neighborhood

Tribeca

Manhattan's most desirable and chic neighborhood

Tribeca, the syllabic name for Triangle below Canal Street, is one of New York City’s original residential neighborhoods, dating back to the 1700s. It has since evolved into an industrial and commercial hub, attracting a wide range of families, emerging artists, and even celebrities to enjoy its countless amenities. The neighborhood is home to the Tribeca Film Festival, gratuitous high-rise apartment buildings, and well-restored factory lofts resting on spacious streets and avenues. 

In contrast to other Manhattan enclaves, Tribeca possesses a more laid-back atmosphere with many hidden gems to explore, including the Ghostbusters Headquarters, Children’s Museum of the Arts, and Pier 25. The neighborhood’s lively bars, lounges, and fine-dining venues are highly frequented, as well as its many galleries, museums, and cultural centers, which offer a balance of education and pleasure for local residents and tourists. Tribeca is also home to several smaller city universities.

Neighborhood video

37.2

Average Population Age

164,637

Population within 1 mile radius

$ 156,733

Average HHI within 1 mile radius

21,706

Businesses within 1 mile radius

$ 2.7

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Annual Spending within a 1 mile radius

Culture

  • Tribeca Art Galleries
  • One World Observatory
  • Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect
  • Swiss Institute
  • SohoPhoto Callery
  • BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center

Dining

  • Locanda Verde
  • Two Hands
  • Serafina Tribeca
  • Pepolino
  • Sarabeth's
  • Zutto
  • Terra
  • Tamarind
  • Takahachi
  • Walker's
  • Paisley
  • Wolfgang's Steakhouse
  • Smith & Mills
  • Scalini Fedeli

Hospitality

  • The Greenwich Hotel
  • Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel
  • The Roxy Hotel New York
  • Sounder Duane Street
  • Smyth Tribeca
  • Hilton Garden Inn Tribeca

Parks

  • Duane Park
  • Washington Market Park
  • Rockefeller Park

Shopping

  • Brookfield Place Shopping Mall
  • Shinola Tribeca
  • A Uno Tribeca
  • Stella
  • James Perse
  • Target
  • Bluemercury
  • Bed Bath & Beyond
  • Whole Foods
  • Jenni Kayne Apparel + Home
  • Thom Browne
  • Issey Miyake NY
  • Todd Snyder

Transportation

  • Canal St (1, 2, A, C, E)
  • Franklin St (1, 2)
  • Canal St (4, 6, J, N, Q, R, W, Z)
  • Chambers St (1, 2, 3)
  • Chambers St (A, C)
  • Park Place (2, 3)
  • World Trade Center (E, PATH)
  • City Hall (N, R, W)