Tribeca

Renovated Lofts for a Cool, Chic Crowd
The uber-fashionable and upscale neighborhood of Tribeca gives you all the perks and entertainment access of Manhattan without the congestion. Its cobblestone street are lined with the trendiest restaurants and low-key nightlife hotspots, such as the retro Odeon. Weekends are also a bit quieter, but you will find residents strolling along the Hudson River and the many parks. Families and professionals love how the area is walkable, public transit friendly, and has an array of good schools options.

Tribeca's older warehouses and industrial buildings have been renovated into luxury lofts and light-filled apartments. Real estate prices are higher, but the sophistication and peacefulness of this neighborhood make the price tag worth it. Tribeca's elegance and spaciousness also draw celebrity crowds, so a celebrity spotting is not rare, especially with the Tribeca Film Festival every spring.

What Tribeca Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.0
value
6.0
amenities
7.0
social
6.0
management
9.0
safety
8.3
Median rents in Tribeca
Studio
$
3,600
1 Bedroom
$
4,750
2 Bedroom
$
5,500

Living in
Tribeca

Lofts
Nightlife Hotspots
Trendy Restaurants
Celebrity
Beautiful
Subways
River
Quiet
Safe
Luxury
Tribeca — 8.7/10 Rating (based on 7 neighborhood reviews)
Tribeca is amazing to live in for restaurants, bars and shopping. Also the location of the building is perfect because you can turn in different directions when leaving and be in a different neighborhood in a block or two which really allows for variety and diversity.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Mandarin Plaza
Tribeca is a decent neighborhood, pretty good restaurants and bars, but it really depends on what part you are in. It lacks some basic convenience like grocery stores, pharmacies etc. if you are coming from the north where 34 Desbrosses (Truffles Tribeca) is located.

From Truffles, you are also a long walk to transit, expect 10 minutes to get to the 123 or ACE. Not very convenient unless you live in an Uber which most people in the building use frequently.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Truffles Tribeca
Close to subway, grocery stores and great restaurants. Right next to a park and the river. A bit pricey but worth it if you have a close group of friends. Family community so there isn't much of a night life.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Independence Plaza
Amazing neighborhood. Beautiful and so much around. Wouldn't want to live anywhere else.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Mandarin Plaza
Fairly quiet. Location is A+. Walking distance to school, bars, restaurants, etc. Great neighborhood to walk around in.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
508 Canal Street
theres a reason why everyone is jealous I live in tribeca, because its the best. chill and quiet ...in Manhattan. Unlike anywhere else. It still has its less than great parts but slowly but surely changing to being the best in manhattan
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Tribeca Tower
Pros: safe, quiet, good restaurants, near the water, close to subways
Cons: mostly families, only 2 small grocery stores, a lot of retail shops closing due to high rent
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Independence Plaza


Getting to Know
Tribeca

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Lafayette St to Hudson River
North to South Boundaries: Canal St to Murray St
dining
American Cut Steakhouse
Macao
Sushi Azabu
Tiny’s & the Bar Upstairs
grocery
Best Market
Whole Foods Market
convenience
7-Eleven
fitness
AQUA Studio
Barry’s Bootcamp Tribeca
Dynamic Outdoors
Xtend Barre
parks
7 World Trade Center Park
City Hall Park
Pier 26
Tribeca Park
coffee
Kaffe 1668
Laughing Man Coffee & Tea
Maman Tribeca
Takahachi Bakery
bus
X1/X10 (bus)
X27 (bus)
rail
1 (metro)
N/Q (metro)
R/W (metro)
parking
Edison Parkfast - Location #39
Icon Patriot Parking (C)
M P G Sky Parking
Quik Park Tribeca II
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Tribeca includes zip codes 10007 and 10013
Rent vs Own
61
%
of Tribeca residents are renters
Driving to Work
7
%
of Tribeca residents drive to work
New Construction
19
%
of housing units in Tribeca have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
39
%
<20 units
24
%
20-49 units
38
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
15
%
18 - 34
35
%
35 - 54
27
%
55+
23
%
Unit Mix
11
%
Studio
37
%
1 Bed
37
%
2 Bed
16
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
61
%
Undergrad Student
9
%
Grad Student
3
%
Unemployed
4
%
Retired
23
%

Best Apartments
in Tribeca


Studio $3,410
1 Bed $5,230
2 Beds $5,145

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Studio $3,770
1 Bed $4,425
2 Beds $8,220

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Studio $4,062
1 Bed $4,015
2 Beds $5,354

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Studio $3,515
1 Bed $4,960
2 Beds $6,465

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