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The new World Trade Center can be seen from almost every corner in Tribeca.

With Its Luxury Apartments and High-end Restaurants, It's a Celebrity Haven

TriBeCa may be one of the more elaborate of New York's neighborhood acronyms, so it is fitting that the area has emerged as an enclave of famous faces who dwell in sprawling luxury loft apartments in landmark buildings.

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At a Glance

  • Famous face: Robert De Niro co-founded the annual TriBeCa Film Festival in 2002 to help revive the neighborhood after 9/11.
  • Big screen: The Ghostbusters firehouse is at the intersection of North Moore and Varick Streets.
  • Park life: Hudson River Park, TriBeCa's western border, is the longest waterfront park in the United States.

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About Tribeca

Formerly an industrial area, TriBeCa (the Triangle below Canal Street) transitioned to an artists' enclave and then a high-end residential district in the late 20th century. Its large warehouses, many built in the 1880s, now house pricey loft-style apartments, boutiques and restaurants. Walk west on its cobblestone streets and you'll arrive at the Hudson River Park, a lovely waterfront strip of greenery with a skate park, playground, basketball courts and boating activities. On weekdays, some Read More [+]

LIVING in Manhattan

Apartment types

Translating New York’s 15 Apartment Types

Real estate in New York is nothing short of an obsession, a constant source of delight, envy, anxiety, and pride. When you start looking for a place to rent or own for yourself, if you’re not from here, Read More »

Secrets to Getting a Hot Table in New York City

Secrets to Getting a Hot Table in NYC

It’s an all-too familiar scenario: an out-of-town couple visiting New York for their anniversary want to dine at the hottest spot in town. Read More »


The Great Lawn in Central Park (Photo: Yourdon/Flickr)

The Best Parks in New York City

New York may be one of the most densely populated cities in the world, but you’re rarely more than a few blocks away from green space. Read More »

Five Best Neighborhoods to Work New York (photo: Simone Becchetti/iStockphoto)

The Five Best Neighborhoods to Work in New York City

Midtown and the Financial District have plenty of big buildings, deli buffets and transportation, but they also have too many crowds and too little charm. Many companies, particularly in the booming tech sector, are moving Read More »

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