NYC Apartments for Sale in Tribeca

Tribeca is short for Triangle Below Canal Street, and this stylish lower Manhattan neighborhood runs from, you guessed it, Canal Street to Park Place and from the Hudson River to Broadway. But while Tribeca makes for a snappy real estate neologism, what makes this most fascinating of lower Manhattan neighborhoods is harder to encapsulate. Defined by warehouses and industry during the last century, Tribeca has reinvented itself in the last 30 years as a surpassingly hip and sophisticated Manhattan neighborhood that is... still kind of defined by its warehouses and historic structures. Many of Tribeca's old industrial buildings have been refitted as luxury condominium conversions or high-end retail, while others have been replaced by new structures offering some of the most distinguished condominium listings in Manhattan. An elegant study in contrasts, Tribeca is also one of the most in-demand residential neighborhoods in Manhattan.

While Tribeca is best-known for its popular nightspots, sophisticated dining and luxury shopping, Tribeca is still a thriving arts community, albeit thanks more to the neighborhood's art galleries and the annual Tribeca Film Festival than the presence of actual artists, many of whom have been priced-out of the neighborhood. There's more to do in Tribeca than seeing and being seen, in short, and a simple walk through the neighborhood -- from the quiet cobblestone streets on the Hudson River to the bustling boutiques closer to Broadway -- is about as interesting a perambulation as Manhattan has to offer.  Of course, it’s a much nicer walk if you’re heading home to a Tribeca condominium of one’s own.

The spare loft apartments of Tribeca have given way to a more luxurious breed of pre-war condominium. The luxurious pre-war condominium conversion Tribeca Summit recast a century-old former factory on Greenwich Street as a luxury condominium; the elegant boutique condo conversion Tribeca Five executes the same alchemy on a smaller scale. The new construction condos range from the sleek, futuristic One York to the understated red-brick classicism of The Fairchild. Disparate in design and character, Tribeca condominiums have one vital thing in common -- a spot in one of Manhattan’s most distinctive and desirable neighborhoods.

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56 Leonard Street 56 Leonard Street

Tribeca

56 Leonard Street - Tribeca Condos For Sale

Designed by renowned architects Herzog and De Meuron, 56 Leonard Street will be a futuristic condominium tower. This striking condominium will have 145 residences and an incredibly innovative design that has never been seen before in Tribeca, or in Manhattan for that matter.

Four Seasons Hotel Four Seasons Hotel

30 Park Place, Tribeca

Four Seasons Hotel - Manhattan Condos

Located in Tribeca, 30 Park Place promises to assume a reputation as the epitome of luscious condominium living, much like the Four Seasons Hotel which will take up its lower 22 floors. Upon the building’s completion, Each of its residents will enjoy dazzling spaciousness and handcrafted furniture in luxury condos on the upper floors.

91 Leonard Street 91 Leonard Street

Tribeca

Apartments for sale at 91 Leonard Street in NYC

91 Leonard Street is a gorgeous new building from Toll Brothers, designed to highlight the best of Tribeca's rich architectural history, paired with beautiful modern elements. This brand-new structure offers 111 luxury homes.

The homes inside have whitewashed oak wood floors and oversized windows that let an abundance of natural light. The kitchens have custom oak cabinetry, marble islands, and come with a suite of Gaggenau appliances. The three-and-four-bedroom penthouses offer stunning, expansive private terraces.

111 Murray Street 111 Murray Street

Tribeca

Apartments for sale at 111 Murray Street in NYC

Distinguished by its modern, sculptural design, 111 Murray Street is a high-rise condo building in Manhattan's vibrant Tribeca neighborhood. Its homes beautifully reflect the aesthetic of modern luxury, and treat its residents to sweeping views of Manhattan's cityscape, highlighted by Financial District and the Hudson river.

200 Chambers Street 200 Chambers Street

Tribeca

200 Chambers Street NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Tribeca

Located in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, 200 Chambers Street is a 30-story condominium, offering luxury apartments for sale. Within its glass and steel façade, the building has 258 units, ranging in size from one to four bedrooms. Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, landscaped terrace, and modern fitness center.

93 Worth Street 93 Worth Street

Tribeca

Front facing view of 93 Worth in Tribeca - NYC Condos for sale

Given its proximity to the city’s subway lines and a location in the heart of one of Manhattan's most popular neighborhoods, the luxurious residences being offered at 93 Worth Street in Tribeca are certain to give you your money’s “worth”.

250 West Street 250 West Street

Tribeca

250 West Street NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Tribeca

Tribeca’s 250 West Street has a reputation for gracefulness. The loft-style condos offer high-end fixtures and luscious surfaces made from white quartz, imported glass, and hand-laid marble, to name a few. A 5,000 square roof deck, residents-only library, and pool and sauna are the top amenities.

5 Franklin Place 5 Franklin Place

Tribeca

5 Franklin Place NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Tribeca

A new condo in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, 5 Franklin Place offers several apartments for sale, flooded with natural light. The luxury of the building is enhanced through a full spa, sauna, and fitness center. An ideal position in ever-trendy Tribeca ensures a variety of nearby entertainment options.

Sterling Mason Sterling Mason

71 Laight Street, Tribeca

Front facing view of The Sterling Mason in Tribeca - NYC Condos for sale

The Sterling Mason, located at 71 Laight Street in Tribeca, is a stunning new condominium development that is actually two buildings meshed as one—there’s a prewar masonry loft building on one end, and adjoining that is its mirror image, clad in aluminum.