TriBeCa

Tribeca

Like SoHo to the north, the “Triangle Beneath Canal Street” historically drew artists to its low-slung industrial buildings, but over the years it has become one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the city, with one of the highest average incomes. The influx of affluence comes in the form of celebrities, young families of means, and Wall Street types attracted to the spacious loft apartments on quiet cobblestone streets, notable restaurants, curated shopping for high-end fashion and design, a plethora of boutique fitness options, and a Whole Foods that spans a city block. It’s a short walk to the Financial District or ferries on the Hudson, where an expansive park has tennis and basketball courts and even a sailing school.

THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT TRIBECA

    • Celeb sightings
    • Great architecture
    • Odeon
    • Design/furniture galleries
    • Hudson River waterfront, many subways and ferries/transportation hub

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