Welcome to Tribeca
Tribeca’s history shows through time and is cherished by its residents. The formerly industrial area has been converted to living and entertainment venues that are sure to feel welcoming to children and adults alike. Another nod to the former industrial area is the spacious high-end lofts that were once production areas but are now home to luxury living, with all of the entertainment options of the larger surrounding communities, while living in a quieter area with less congestion.
With all of the charm of Manhattan but without the crowds, this area truly offers the best of both worlds. You never need to sacrifice selection with high-end fashion steps from your door. A wealth of enjoyable cafes soothe the soul as well as the stomach. In addition to food and fashion, Tribeca has amazing art galleries to explore and enjoy. If upscale is your taste, Tribeca delivers in spades; whatever you desire, this neighborhood has something to offer.
What to Love
- Industrial chic vibe
- Large open lofts with a view
- Living in the city without the congestion
- A slower pace of life
- The pinnacle of art and fashion
Tribeca is less hustle and more of a slower, upscale tone. The large wide-open lofts are luxurious with a rustic, industrial flair. This celebrates the past while maintaining modern luxury is a welcome recurring theme in Tribeca. This community is fortunate to be a stone’s throw from world-class entertainment while not being in the thick of the crowds and noise. This is the quieter side of Manhattan and is celebrated for its uniqueness. Low-key nightlife is the name of the game in Tribeca.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The Tribeca Film Festival is a star-packed event open to the public. At its heart, this festival is about stories, celebrating the simple power of a story brought to life on the big screen to be enjoyed. This is a world-class event that is worth attending in the heart of the Tribeca community.
Antique Garage is a fine dining restaurant serving Mediterranean food in a quiet and comfortable environment. Bringing Greek, Turkish and Italian influences to the dishes makes for a flavorful and memorable experience in this two-level restaurant decorated in old-world charm and chandeliers. Cipriani Downtown combines unique cocktails, classic Italian cuisine, and stunning art for a truly unique experience. This high-energy venue with a party-like atmosphere is sure to keep you engaged and coming back.
Boqueria Soho tapas bar and restaurant is high-quality food and spirits in an art-filled neighborhood. There is plenty to admire at this location while enjoying your meal. This venue boasts fresh market ingredients served in a gorgeous modern establishment. Sophistication without a pretentious atmosphere is what this venue aims for and delivers on time and again. Serafina Tribeca is a cool casual restaurant that uses thin crust pizza and homemade pasta, the star of their show. This is a tremendous way to spend an evening with a hip feel, amazing wall art, and a stunning tri-level design.
Things to Do
Many of the buildings in this area are considered historic landmarks, and a fun day of wandering and enjoying the industrial architecture can be had. This area has a more subdued schedule, with most shops opening a bit later than normal. The offset to shops opening late is that the neighborhood offers late-night entertainment with galleries and food venues catering to an older and active crowd. The Tribeca Gallery Walk features 47 unique galleries to visit and enjoy; this is a great way to explore new art and build on a love of being outdoors. With residents spending much time outdoors, bikes and pedestrians are a normal sight in Tribeca.