Understated elegance is the theme of Tribeca. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, Tribeca is known for its cobblestone streets and gracious loft living. In the 1970s, this industrial part of the city was flooded with artists and musicians looking for ample space to create. Since then, many industrial warehouses have been converted into historic luxury loft spaces with incredible character. The neighborhood stays true to its artistic roots; even today, many famous artists call Tribeca home.
The neighborhood is filled with lounges, bars, and creative cocktail bars. Tribeca locals know and love The Odeon
, a longtime favorite with neon signage and a cozy interior for sampling French-American cuisine. Shion 69
serves what some call the freshest sushi on the East Coast. Locanda Verde
is one of the neighborhood’s finest Italian restaurants, while Atera
has been awarded two Michelin stars.
The restaurant scene is well known in this neighborhood and is filled with authentic gems featuring local favorites and international cuisine. High-end shopping is also abundant, with eclectic boutiques that feature curated collections of fashion and home accessories.
If you’re looking for a place to spread out and enjoy a quieter oasis in the center of bustling New York City, Tribeca is the right neighborhood. The area also features a variety of beautiful parks, including the Hudson River Park, Teardrop Park, Duane Park, Washington Market Park, and the ballfields at Battery Park. Wake up and go for an early morning jog, or relax along the waterfront after a long day in the office.
With so many great local attractions and activities, it's no wonder that Tribeca is one of the most coveted neighborhoods in NYC. The real estate market here is white hot; the Wall Street Journal recently dubbed the 10013 zip code, primarily synonymous with Tribeca, the priciest in the city
. Our guide will walk you through the best types of properties in Tribeca and help you pick the right Tribeca real estate that suits your lifestyle.
While Tribeca has multiple alluring home types, a favorite among many residents are the lofts. Tribeca lofts offer a captivating blend of history, architectural splendor, and contemporary living. They embody the neighborhood's evolution from an industrial past to a sophisticated and dynamic urban landscape, providing residents with a unique blend of elegance and heritage that's hard to find anywhere else. They often feature exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and wood beams. For those lucky enough to be overlooking the Hudson River, afternoon light from the golden hour pours through the windows to create a glowing masterpiece each day. Elevated ceilings allow for jaw-dropping views, and many properties feature private, direct elevator access. These are the most coveted properties in Tribeca, and for good reason. They often include high-end amenities that provide privacy, functionality, and ease.
One of the most beautiful properties in Tribeca is 79 Laight Street, Unit 3D. Listed by The King-Brown Team, this stunning luxury loft features three bedrooms, three and a half baths, and a home office in an open space. The space features an open chef’s kitchen with the best amenities, multi-zone heating and cooling with digital controls, rich oak hardwood floors, and more. Located in the Sugar Warehouse Condominium, the space is exclusive and highly desirable. The building is full service and from the pre-war era, making this Tribeca loft an absolute dream. The property is just a short walk away from Hudson River Park and all of the other incredible activities in New York City.
Tribeca luxury condos
70 Vestry. 443 Greenwich. 56 Leonard. 71 Laight. If you’ve lived or worked in Lower Manhattan for any length of time, you probably know these addresses. They correspond with the top-tier residential buildings in Tribeca. As an established expert on luxury condos and New Developments, Tara regularly represents top developers on these types of projects — she’s sold over $175 million of real estate at One Hundred Barclay
alone. As Tara’s client, you gain insight into luxury condos throughout the city and early access to Manhattan’s premier developments.
Tribeca's townhouses are a reflection of its rich history. Many of these homes date back to the 19th century when the neighborhood was primarily industrial. Their brownstone and brick facades tell the story of a bygone era while being thoughtfully preserved and adapted to modern living standards.
For example on Harrison St, stand a row of six restored 18th-century townhouses, known as the Harrison Street Houses. They were originally elegant Federal houses, recycled as produce market buildings. Three of them were built on Harrison Street and the rest relocated from a now extinct part of Washington Street 2 blocks away, which was demapped as part of the Independence Plaza project in 1975.
Architectural features include cast-iron detailing, ornate facades, and intricate cornices which add a touch of historic grandeur to these homes. Inside, you'll often find high ceilings with exposed beams, meticulously designed woodwork and moldings showcasing the craftsmanship of the past. Multiple floors allow for a sense of privacy and versatility in room usage, making them suitable for both residential and work purposes.
While paying homage to their historical roots, many Tribeca townhouses have been renovated and updated to offer contemporary amenities. One key advantage to townhouse living are the private outdoor spaces, such as gardens, terraces, or rooftop decks. These spaces offer a tranquil escape from the urban hustle and bustle, allowing residents to unwind and enjoy the fresh air while being surrounded by the city's energy.
Work with a great agent
The King-Brown Team is passionate about creating rewarding sales experiences within the New York City residential real estate market. Proactive, committed, and engaging, they have achieved outstanding results with over $750M in sales within both the resale and new development arenas.
They are energetic representatives who have deep market knowledge, a proven track record and a powerful work ethic. The team’s proficiency spans a broad range of properties from Downtown lofts, to Uptown townhouses, to New Developments across Manhattan with success in a range of market conditions. They have built their core business through highly impactful relationships, working at the highest level of the industry, with the finest properties, backed by the most powerful brokerage brand in New York City, The Corcoran Group. If you’re ready to take the next step in finding your ideal Tribeca home, contact The King-Brown Team