A Luxurious Spin on Classic New York

Once a stretch of industrial buildings, Tribeca has evolved over the years to be an elegant region of Manhattan. With its converted historic buildings, Tribeca invites homeowners with a contemporary touch accentuated by old-school, red-bricked exteriors. Tribeca sits in western Manhattan, encompassed by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and Vessel Street. It’s home to the iconic Hook & Ladder Company No. 8 from Ghostbusters, the Metropolitan College of New York, and the headquarters of major corporate and banking firms.

Tribeca at a Glance

Nearby Areas

  • Financial District
  • Civic Center
  • Chinatown
  • Little Italy
  • SoHo

Quick Facts

  • Home to the Tribeca Film Center and Tribeca Film Festival
  • Residential development began as early as late-18th century
  • Tribeca is an acronym for “Triangle Below Canal Street”

Selling Your Tribeca Home?

The appeal of living in Tribeca has attracted many prospective buyers. If you’re considering selling, now’s the time to do so. Give us a few details of your property to get the sales process started.

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Spotlight Features of the Community

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The Community

Tribeca is a piece of New York everyone should witness. Its old-school charm is accompanied by contemporary touches to deliver a well-rounded experience for visitors and residents alike. Hosts of exquisite restaurants and small eateries fill antique buildings while attractions like Canal Street and Hudson River Park help fill the day. Tribeca embodies the best of Manhattan while providing access to other iconic regions like Chinatown and SoHo.

view of historic tribeca homes

The Homes

Homes in Tribeca are not your average New York real estate. With stunning views of the city and contemporary spaces, living in Tribeca is a lifestyle for the affluent. Comfortable retreats are hidden away in once-industrial buildings, allowing the area to keep its old-school allure while still being a fantastic place to live. There’s a little bit of something for everyone, from 6,000-square-foot high-rise paradises to more modest street-level single-family homes.

Explore the Tribeca Area

Eager to Buy a Home in Tribeca?

If you want to make a move on a specific Tribeca home or have some New York real estate you’re interested in seeing, just give Brooklyn Real Property’s Manhattan Team a call. Our team of Tribeca experts can help you find a space that fits your needs, satisfies your wants, and really gives you that New York experience. Whether you want an updated loft or something a little more spacious, we’re here to help you get into your New York dream home.

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