Tribeca is the epitome of downtown cool, a serene slice of urban jungle that’s as hip as Soho, but without the congestion.
Tribeca is an upscale neighborhood known for its high-end real estate and well-heeled residents where you'll encounter high density of European cars and pedigree dogs. Jabs at the 1% aside, Tribeca is a truly gorgeous neighborhood that mixes glorious old cast-iron loft buildings, wide cobblestone streets and dramatic new construction. Thirty years ago, these lofts housed artists and squatters but in the last fifteen years the bohemians have been slowly priced out and now the neighborhood is one of the most expensive places to live in the city. Despite the changes, Tribeca but maintains the sophisticated and creative vibe it acquired as an artist’s mecca in the 1970s. The nightlife in Tribeca is busy but refined, attracting a cosmopolitan crowd who have a well-curated appreciation for the finer things in life.