Tribeca

The entertainment perks of living in NYC, but a quieter neighborhood to call home. Welcome to Tribeca real estate.


Welcome to Tribeca

An exclusive, family-friendly neighborhood with high-end opportunity
 
Originally written as TriBeCa, meaning “Triangle Below Canal Street,” Tribeca is nestled in Lower Manhattan and generally thought to be bounded by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and Chambers Street. Bordered by other exclusive neighbors like Soho, Tribeca is home to many families and professionals who seek out the neighborhood’s spacious homes and chic atmosphere.
 
Once farmland, the urban oasis of family-forward community and luxurious housing that’s since sprung up throughout Tribeca is something to behold. One of New York’s most cultured and cosmopolitan destinations, the neighborhood is known for being one of Manhattan’s most desirable districts, one that’s brimming with 5-star restaurants and historical landmarks.
 
Today, Tribeca’s streets are more than their history. Full of luxury apartments that demonstrate the area’s commitment to high-end artistic culture, the neighborhood is brimming with class and community alike. One of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, the mix of historic buildings and new, luxurious high-rises means that no matter your dream, the picture-perfect home awaits here.


Things to Love

  • Array of bars and breweries full of sophisticated beverages and casually delicious drinks
  • Perfect for literary lovers — home to America’s oldest mystery bookstore
  • Delicious, upscale international cuisine abounds
  • Home of the Tribeca Film Festival
  • Exclusive and largely free of tourists

Local Lifestyle

Tribeca hums with upscale, artsy energy throughout its spacious streets. Slowly expanding to include even more streets, this exclusive neighborhood is home to trendy bars, restaurants, boundary-pushing museums, and an overall atmosphere of cosmopolitan living.
 
Most residents rent their homes, which range from huge, spacious loft apartments to historical settings. In recent years, the outskirts of the neighborhood have become home to creative industry standouts such as Conde Nast, Time Inc, HarperCollins, and Spotify. Known for being family-friendly and historic, families and young professionals alike seek out home here.


Dining, Shopping, and Entertainment

Removed from the scourge of tourists, Tribeca’s allures are designed to satisfy its residents. Replete with fine dining, art galleries, and posh destinations, locals thrive throughout the neighborhood.
 
Upscale and inviting, 180 the Store is a retail and event space showcasing brands, designers, and beautifully crafted objects under one roof. Expand your bookshelf by examining the spines at The Mysterious Bookshop, the oldest mystery bookstore in the nation. Evidence of Tribeca’s commitment to family is the renowned My Little Sunshine, a one-stop-shop for stylish children’s clothes, unique toys, and chic haircuts! As they grow up surrounded by the elegance of Tribeca, make the jump to Everafter, a kid-to-teen lifestyle boutique perfectly curated to keep up to date with all the latest styles.
 
Celebrate an achievement with a friend or plan a truly stunning date night at Grand Banks, a celebrated oyster bar that offers award-winning seafood from aboard a historic wooden ship docked in downtown Manhattan. On the other hand, Bubby’s is known for its casually elegant American cuisine and is full of simple and fresh comfort food ideal for any evening.


Things to Do

Due to its location in Manhattan, Tribeca is never more than a short drive from any activity you could want to partake in, but the neighborhood’s commitment to excellence means that anything you can dream of is waiting for you right around the corner.
 
Established in the early 2000s, the annual Tribeca Film Festival is widely regarded as one of the world’s premier festivals. After taking in some of the best films the world has to offer, take a stroll to Staple Street Skybridge, a picturesque, uniquely Tribeca location perfect for your Instagram or for simply appreciating the wealth of architecture surrounding you.
 
The Battery, formerly known as Battery Park, is one of Tribeca’s best green spaces. More than just a park, it also hosts a SeaGlass Carousel, unique wildlife, and perhaps most importantly, one of New York’s most recognizable figures: the Statue of Liberty. Locals love to spend an afternoon at PPOW, a modern art museum that’s constantly updating its interior to best serve the neighborhood with striking, boundary-pushing art.


Schools

Served by The City School District of the City of New York, the largest school system in the United States, schools found in Tribeca are a class unto themselves. Top educational opportunities include:
 
  • PS 234, Independence School, a public school serving K-5th graders
  • PS 150, a public National Blue Ribbon School serving K-5th graders
  • Stuyvesant High School, a public magnet, college preparatory specialized high school serving 9-12th graders
  • Washington Market School, a highly-rated, private early childhood center serving toddlers
 
 
 

Overview for Tribeca, NY

23,875 people live in Tribeca, where the median age is 39.7 and the average individual income is $180,933.14. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

23,875

Total Population

39.7 years

Median Age

High

Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.

$180,933.14

Average individual Income

Around Tribeca, NY

There's plenty to do around Tribeca, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

100
Walker's Paradise
Walking Score
93
Biker's Paradise
Bike Score
100
Rider's Paradise
Transit Score

Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Harvy's, Kozy Toast, and Clean Sweets By Sasha.

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Dining 1.7 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 4.12 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 4.25 miles 22 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining · $ 3.38 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 2.35 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 1.85 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars

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