Welcome to Tribeca

The soul’s respite from busy city living
Tribeca is the “Triangle Below Canal Street.” If that sounds a bit whimsical and if eccentricity appeals to you, you’re in the right place. The artistic explosion of the 1960s that occurred in SoHo kept going and settled down nicely in Tribeca. The beatnik nature of the artists-in-residence bursts through in every aspect of life. The boutiques in Tribeca are quirkier than the rest of New York City. The specialty shops are trendier. The fine-dining restaurants are extravagant, and the art galleries are outrageously fun! But that’s Tribeca, and that’s why many distinctive celebrities have made this their home.
The warehouses and industrial buildings in Tribeca give away its 1800s industrial past. Today, these same buildings are spiffed up and swanky, and their new identity is specialty shops, restaurants, galleries, and chic apartments along cobblestone streets. Many famous actors live here because it is a fashionable neighborhood, but they also appreciate Tribeca's peaceful and historical nature. The streets are quiet, with waterfront views of the Hudson River. The housing includes luxury lofts and redesigned old industrial buildings that provide huge, stylish, exclusive living spaces.

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Local Lifestyle

How do you escape the city without escaping the city? You live in Tribeca, that’s how. It is a walker’s paradise with quiet, tree-lined, cobblestone streets and fun shops and attractions tucked into every nook and cranny. Traffic flows easier here, adding to this eclectic neighborhood's laid-back feel. The artists of the 1960s certainly knew what they were doing when they laid down Tribeca’s bohemian foundation that continues to this day with huge loft spaces that combine art galleries and living quarters.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Mr. Chow is an Asian and Chinese restaurant with a black and white lacquer dining room and original artwork. Try the “chicken satay,” and you’ll be back for more again and again. Bubby’s is a popular neighborhood bar and restaurant with a fun atmosphere and indoor and outdoor dining. They do American food right, and their “fried chicken” is the bomb.

For five-star luxury, look no further than the spa, pool, gym, galleries, and courtyard at The Greenwich Hotel. Their neighborhood taverna, Locanda Verde, will captivate you with urban Italian cooking.
New York City is the shopping mecca of the east coast, and Tribeca residents have all of Manhattan at their fingertips. For something different and fun, visit The Mysterious Bookshop for mystery, crime, and espionage books. They often have signed first editions and rare copies. Designer Nili Lotan has classic clothing and accessories. She is known as the “Queen of Tribeca,” and her shop is not to be missed.

Things to Do

The Tribeca Dog Run in the Hudson River Park is just what your four-legged friend needs and has plenty of room to run and stretch.

The Pier 25 Playground is one of three playgrounds in the Hudson River Park with swings, climbing structures, fields, and a mini-golf course. The annual Tribeca Film Festival, founded partly by actor Robert De Niro, celebrates “storytelling in all its forms, including film, TV, VR, gaming, music, and online work.”


Tribeca is served by the New York City Department of Education and is notable for the following schools:

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