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TriBeCa Real Estate
TriBeCa apartments offer its residents some of the nicest places to live in all of New York City. One of the most upscale neighborhoods in Manhattan, TriBeCa’s borders are Canal Street, West Street or the Hudson River, Broadway and Murray Street. Like SoHo, the neighborhood is referred to by an acronym, which comes from its location, the Triangle Below Canal Street.
The area possesses a wide variety of young professionals, families and older couples who all enjoy the variety of restaurants, bars and scenery this section of town offers. In addition, countless celebrities call TriBeCa home and sightings are common on a regular basis. Moreover, the large pet population is especially high based on space, the abundance of parks and the lack of traffic on many side streets.
Living spaces in TriBeCa mainly consist of former industrial buildings, now converted into apartments and lofts. Expansive spaces and modern architecture highlight the various apartment buildings in this part of town. As a result, monthly rents and home values are therefore on the higher side compared with most of Manhattan.
For culture, the TriBeCa Film Festival, co-founded by Robert DeNiro, was organized in 2002 and is one of the most popular events in all of New York City. Active residents enjoy the esplanade along the West Side Highway where they can run and participate in various activities. In addition, a number of schools maintain premises in TriBeCa and Washington Market Park, with its playground and gardens, is a popular location for community events.
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TriBeCa Apartment Buildings
The Saranac (95 Worth Street) – A modern elevator building with laundry facilities.
Tribeca Tower (105 Duane Street) – A luxury doorman apartment building offering a fitness center.
Artisan Lofts (143 Reade Street) – A commercial tower converted into a residential condominium.
The Atlanta (25 North Moore Street) – A 17-story mid-rise condo building that was built in 1924.
One York Street (1 York Street) – A modern condo building with 15 newly added penthouses.
River Lofts (92 Laight Street) – A condo building with indoor parking and a 24-hour concierge.
Tower 270 (270 Broadway) – A landmarked condo building offering a children's playroom.
The Powell Building (105 Hudson Street) – A pre-war landmarked building with 16 residential lofts.
34 Leonard Street – A modern co-op building offering a roof deck with a bar and grill area.
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