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old industrial buildings have been refitted as luxury condominium conversions or high-end shops, while others have been replaced by new structures offering some of the most distinguished condominium listings in Manhattan.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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One York boasts a prime Tribeca location at, you guessed it, 1 York Street, but there’s more to this elegant new Tribeca condominium than a spot at the heart of one of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods. With a suite of amenities that few luxury condos in Tribeca can match and a wide array of apartments for sale, One York is unquestionably a rising star among Tribeca condo listings.
New York Magazine once called the Tribeca neighborhood the best place to live in New York City, and the standard of living offered at the Tribeca Lofts at 79 Worth Street justifies that claim. 79 Worth Street is a five-story, landmarked building with five fabulous condominium apartments that blend pre-war style with modern appeal, all while being situated in one of the finest neighborhoods in Manhattan.
Located at the corner of Warren and Church Streets in Tribeca, Warren Lofts at 37 Warren Street is a historic loft building reimagined as a luxury condominium residence. After a long and detailed process of restoration and renovation, Warren Lofts is now open and is offering some fine apartments for sale, ranging in sizes from two-bedrooms to three-bedrooms and four massive penthouses looking over the splendid Tribeca neighborhood.
290 West Street is a low-rise luxury building in ultra trendy Tribeca. Located at the corner of Canal St. and the West Side Highway, 290 West Street offers residents stunning views of the Hudson River from the buildings outdoor terraces and rooftop deck. The building's facade includes floor-to-ceiling windows framed in industrial steel.
60 Beach Street is a luxury condominium located on a quiet, cobblestone street in the historic TriBeca neighborhood. The red-brick building was built in 1930, stands modestly at 6 stories and is crowned with a landscaped roof terrace. There are 26-units within the building, ranging from one-to-three bedrooms.
Winka Dubbeldam’s V33 at 33 Vestry Street in Manhattan’s Tribeca is a new 7-unit boutique condominium with a truly unique architectural design. This luxury condo features a front façade with interlinking translucent stone sheaths, offset by a series of glass and metal panels, which provide an exclusive channeling of ambient light. Offering a variety of 7 residences, including two triplexes, 4 full-floor units, and one duplex penthouse, V33 is the ideal one-of-a-kind luxury Manhattan apartment.
Spice Warehouse at 481 Washington Street is located in at the border of two of Manhattan’s most happening neighborhoods, Soho and Tribeca. Just walking distance from both neighborhood's internationally renowned restaurants, art galleries and boutiques, Spice Warehouse literally put you in the middle of the action.
101 Leonard Street offers 66 luxury apartments in the heart of Tribeca. The apartments feature high ceilings ranging to 10.5 ft. to 18 ft. and upper levels offer stunning views of of the Manhattan skyline. Kitchens come fully equipped with stainless steel appliances designed to accentuate the open for floorplans developed by noted Italian firm Bizzi and Partners.
The Trinity Stewart Condominium, located at 8-10 Warren Street, is the condominium conversion of two loft buildings that date back to the 1860s. Named after the original owners of the buildings, Theodore Stewart and the Trinity Church, this Tribeca address consists of five three-bedroom homes and eight two-bedroom homes.