Articles on Tribeca Apartments

New Family Friendly Condominiums


View from the rooftop at 559 West 23rd Street

Check out these new luxury Manhattan condominiums, with their spacious homes, convenient building amenities, and all located just a walk away from an elementary school, they make being a parent in the city easier than ever.

Top 5 Unexpected Films That You'll See At The TriBeCa Film Festival

TriBeCa Film Festival Logo

 

It’s that time of the year again. The cobblestone streets of TriBeCa transform itself into a New York version of Hollywood. Yes, we’re talking about the highly acclaimed, TriBeCa Film Festival. This annual festival is embarking its 12th year in April. The beauty of the TriBeCa Film Festival is that it works to establish New York as a leading film production city in addition to bringing culture and the arts to New Yorkers. It also functions as a consistent economic boost for Post- 9/11 downtown Manhattan, generating an estimated $800 million annually. This year's festival has films based around ideas that we would have least expect!

Giving The TriBeca Townhouse Another Shot

Inside TriBeca Townhouse

TriBeca is mostly known for its pre-war luxury lofts and gleaming condominium buildings. As well as its cobblestoned streets and high-end shopping. Rarely would one expect to find a townhouse situated amongst the other residential dwellings. Yet expectations are often misleading, and within the stylish neighborhood, on 452 Greenwich Street, low-and-behold a townhouse stands on a corner, facing north.

The Best Toy Stores in Tribeca

Best Toy Stores in Tribeca

Sure, Tribeca has designer stores, trendy bars and fancy restaurants—but if you’re a kid (or a kid at heart!), it’s very likely that you wouldn’t be very impressed with the above establishments. But worry not—Tribeca is home to a number of wonderful toy stores, all of which contain curios and contraptions that are certain to delight people of all ages. Here’s a list of some of the best toy stores in Manhattan, all of which are located in the TRIangle BElow CAnal Street.

TriBeCa: An Overview

Streetscape In TriBeCa

TriBeCa –  Taking a walk down the cobblestone streets of TriBeCa it wouldn’t be a surprise if you bumped into Jay-Z on your morning jog or Robert DeNiro as you’re taking your beloved pooch for a walk down Chambers Street. This neighborhood is known for its famous residents( even the late John F. Kennedy Jr used to live here) and is the home of many young professionals with families. Its name is an acronym for “Triangle Below Canal Street.” TriBeCa extends from the south section of Canal Street between Broadway and West Street and south of Vesey Street. In the mid 1800’s TriBeCa was labeled as Manhattan’s Lower West Side and was one of the first residential neighborhoods in New York.  By the 70’s and 60’s the area transitioned and became industrialized. Most spaces were warehouses, turning TriBeCa into and the home for many New York City artists and musicians. Today those industrial buildings and warehouses have now been converted into upscale loft spaces and homes.

The Civic Center is Waking Up

Civic Center in Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is continuing to birth new projects, adding to the culture and style that is already present in this area. Civic center, is near City Hall, the neighborhood north of the Financial District, and it has been attracting a lot of attention lately from people excited about what’s happening in Lower Manhattan. Civic Center is known for its quiet yet charming traits. This sleepy area has been brought to life with all of the new developments that are emerging, including retail which is sure to follow. The entrance to Civic Center is near the Brooklyn Bridge, making it easy to commute from one borough to the next.

Tribeca Condominium Project is Resurrected

A plan to turn a vacant Tribeca lot into two new condominiums is once again underway after an almost nine year delay. Developers Andreas Giacoumis, along with Darrin Krampus of BORO Architects, presented Committee Board 1 with original designs for 246 Front Street and 267 Water Street, which were supposed to be erected in 2003 when the Landmark Preservation Commission approved the plans. The economy experienced a sharp downturn, however, and developers became wary of building new property throughout Manhattan neighborhoods, so the project was stalled.

Tribeca Moves Onwards and Upwards

Prices in Tribeca are on the up and upTribeca is going through quite the growth spurt. The area is slated for a slew of developments, with newly constructed apartments and businesses set to spring up. The area’s popularity is a product of high demand existing in a small area with limited inventory. As an “it” neighborhood, Manhattan residents feel that Tribeca is currently the trendiest place to be, with large industrial spaces that are soaring in popularity, especially among celebrities. This incoming wave of development truly proves Tribeca’s nature as a still-evolving neighborhood, capable of supporting new construction while other areas in Manhattan have already become static and fixed.