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. Defined by warehouses and industry during the last century, Tribeca has reinvented itself in the last 30 years as a 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old industrial buildings have been refitted as luxury condominium conversions or high-end shops, while others have been replaced by new structures offering some of the most distinguished condominium listings in Manhattan.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, thanks more to the neighborhood's art galleries and the annual Tribeca Film Festival. 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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471 Washington Street 471 Washington Street

Tribeca

471 Washington Street - Tribeca NYC - Luxury Apartments

A luxury loft overlooking the Hudson River, 471 Washington Street in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood exemplifies luxury. Each loft features a highly modern design with private outdoor balconies and terraces. 417 Washington Street’s location offers easy access to all the dining and culture that Tribeca as to offer.

Sky Lofts at 145 Hudson Sky Lofts at 145 Hudson

145 Hudson Street, Tribeca

Sky Lofts at 145 Hudson

Tribeca is lucky to have this pre-war loft apartment building, Sky Lofts at 145 Hudson. Sky Lofts boasts expansive loft units with idyllic views of Manhattan as well as opulent surfaces, from limestone to Terrazo tile. The ideal location in Manhattan’s most trendiest district make the pre-war loft a coveted listing.

Smyth Upstairs Smyth Upstairs

85 West Broadway, Tribeca

Facade - Smith Upstairs - Luxury Condos - Tribeca

The Smyth Upstairs located in TriBeca at 85 West Broadway offers beautiful, cinematic views of the Manhattan skyline and a vacation feel within its 15 condominiums, and it provides luxury to its residents with its expansive list of amenities.

The Zinc Building The Zinc Building

475 Greenwich Street, Tribeca

The Zinc Building New Construction Building Side - NYC Condos Building Buildings

Luxury living at its finest can be found at The Zinc Building, located at 475 Greenwich Street in trendy Tribeca. Every apartment offers sub-zero refrigerators, oak cabinetry, concrete countertops and beautiful Brazilian wedge wood flooring. Amenities such as 24-hour attended lobby and a fitness center are also provided.

Warren Lofts Warren Lofts

37 Warren Street, Tribeca

37 Warren Street Building - Condos for Sale in Tribeca

A historic Art Deco building, Warren Lofts is the latest addition to Tribeca’s list of luxury residences. But what sets this building at 37 Warren Street apart is its combination of great, loft living spaces with its several noteworthy amenities that include a roof garden and an urban playhouse.

Woolworth Tower Residences Woolworth Tower Residences

233 Broadway, Financial District, Tribeca

Woolworth Tower Residences

Once the world's tallest building, Woolworth Tower Residences was converted to luxury apartments in 2014.

111 Hudson Street 111 Hudson Street

Tribeca

111 Hudson Street condos - Tribeca

Located between Franklin and Moore Streets, this pre-war condo conversion at 111 Hudson Street is a perfect representation of all that is good about the Tribeca neighborhood. Elegant apartments at a location that is close to several art, music and dining destinations, 111 Hudson Street is a good Tribeca home to have.

115 Mercer 115 Mercer

115 Mercer Street, Soho, Tribeca

115 Mercer street Apartments for sale

SoHo’s delightful 8-unit 115 Mercer offers pre-war elegance with cutting-edge touches. Spacious layouts are enhanced by high ceilings and wide windows that open out onto modern views of the surrounding neighborhood. A 24-hour doorman, package service, gallery, and outdoor space are but a mere sampling of the multiple amenities.

159 Duane Street 159 Duane Street

159 Duane Street , Tribeca

159 Duane Street - Tribeca Apartments For Sale

Situated in the heart of one of Manhattan’s most loved and most vivacious neighborhoods, the six story building at 159 Duane Street offers residences that are modern and luxurious, yet reminiscent of styles of the late 19th century. The care taken in the meticulous restoration of the brownstone and iron façade of this building has been continued in the splendor and layout of the loft-style apartments inside.

449 Washington Street 449 Washington Street

Tribeca

Building - 449 Washington Street - Tribeca

449 Washington Street is a luxury low-rise in Tribeca offering four distinctive residences for sale in a doorman attended building. 449 Washington combines contemporary aesthetics with the classic and industrial elements of the celebrated neighborhood. Behind a 100-year-old steel-framed brick facade are four unique homes of modern comfort.