Downtown

Downtown Tribeca

KANE MANERA Douglas Elliman Licensed Real Estate Salesperson 212.321.7177

KANE MANERA
Douglas Elliman
Licensed Real Estate
Salesperson
212.321.7177

The majority of the buildings in 10013 were designed for industry, yet proportionally speaking, they make for exceedingly luxurious living that is now being mimicked by architects and demanded by home buyers everywhere. High ceilings, large windows, exposed brick and quality interiors that are as custom to the apartment as the artistic individuals who colonized the neighborhood during the 1960’s and 70’s, not only add to the community and its abodes being diverse, but illustrate an inherent resilience to carve out a residential landscape and grow when times have been difficult. Couple these qualities with cobble stone streets, Hudson River Park sunsets and thriving restaurants, and you have the private and comfortable alternative to the finest neighborhoods in New York, with the ease of enjoying a superior caliber of lifestyle.

“TriBeCa is one of the most unique neighborhoods in the World and its inception as the residential locale of choice is something which could only have been conceived in New York City.”

Locanda Verde
377 Greenwich St
(corner of N.Moore and Greenwich) Great breakfast spot

J Crew Men’s Shop at the Liquor Store
235 West Broadway, New York, NY 10013 (at White St.)
First men’s only store for the ubiquitous brand

24 Hubert Wines
24 Hubert St
(between Washington St & Greenwich St)

Tutto II Giorno & NY Academy of Art
114 Franklin St., New York, NY 10013
De Felice’s rustic Italian. Tip: try the Chicken Milanese

New York Academy of Art
111 Franklin St.

Downtown Soho/Nolita

CHRISTINA VISCA BOND New York Senior Vice President 917-806-6867, 917-806-6867 christinavisca@bondnewyork.com

CHRISTINA VISCA
BOND New York
Senior Vice President
917-806-6867, 917-806-6867
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I’ve seen the neighborhood change dramatically…mostly for the good. It’s off the beaten path, yet has so much to offer. You’ll find a chic boutique or restaurant underneath classic tenement buildings and next door a new condo with starting prices of $10M. It’s a fabulous mixture of old and new, yet even the new feels old.

Brink of Little Italy “I am fortunate to have been selling and renting homes at The Police Building for the past 23 years.” 

D’Espana

408 Broome Street Food shop and tapas café

Ed’s Lobster

222 Lafayette Street

A proper seafood shack

Allan and Suzi

237 Centre Street

Retro clothing store

Animal Haven

251 Centre Street

Non-profit organization for abandoned cats and dog

Rice to Riches

37 Spring Street

Rice pudding boutique perfect one bedroom/convertible 2

Financial District – Ariel Cohen, Douglas Elliman’s The Ariel Cohen Team

The Financial District (aka FiDi) is one of the most dynamic and historic neighborhoods in Manhattan and it’s easily the most accessible, with 7 subway lines, 2 bus lines, multiple ferry stops and quick access to the FDR and West Side Highway – there’s even a heliport in FiDi.

From top restaurants, to boutiques and luxury retailers, parks and museums, this neighborhood has something for everyone. In recent years, it has transformed into a 24/7 residential community and will continue to evolve and welcome new businesses and residents as new residential developments are being planned, tech companies move in and One World Trade Center is nears completion.

Ariel ‘s Suggestions:

01La Maison du Chocolat
La Maison du Chocolat is the ultimate destination for those with a sweet tooth. This international chocolatier serves up specialty chocolates and other decadent treats with artful presentation. You have to try their hot chocolate. Nearest subway: Wall Street

02Stone Street
This historic cobble-stoned street is filled with popular bars and restaurants, like Ulysses and The Dubliner. During the warmer months, the street is filled with long picnic tables, where you can sit and enjoy a drink or a meal.  Nearest subway: Wall Street

03Andaz, Wall Street
This Hyatt-managed hotel is home to three of my favorite FiDi hotspots: Bar Seven Five, a sophisticated bar and lounge; Wall & Water, a must-try farm-to-table restaurant; and, lastly, a seasonal outdoor biergarten, which is a great place to catch up with friends over delicious brews and bites. Nearest subway: Wall Street

04South Street Seaport
There is so much to do at the South Street Seaport, from shopping and dining to neighborhood events. You can even catch a movie outside in the summer.  Nearest subway: Fulton Street

05Imagination Playground
My kids just love this playground. It’s fun for them to explore, climb and expel some of their unlimited energy.  Nearest subway: Fulton Street

East Village – Sergio Ayo, BOND New York Properties

Battery Park City is a 92-acre planned community on the southwestern tip of Manhattan. The area was developed to house the many business professionals who work in the financial district nearby. Using soil, rocks and dredging from nearby construction, Battery Park City emerged from the Hudson River in a land reclamation project. Since then, families have been tumbling in to enjoy the scenic views, fresh air and spaciousness of the neighborhood. Luxury residential, commercial and retail buildings define the carefully laid out neighborhood. Among these destinations are the World Financial Center and North Cove, a large yacht harbor. Battery Park City is a forward-looking neighborhood with numerous LEED green certified buildings and parks along the river where residents can be found jogging, playing mini golf or taking sailing lessons. Once part of the Hudson River, Battery Park City is now a residential oasis for those who can afford the lifestyle.

Sergio’s Suggestions:

01Asphalt Green
Asphalt Green is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to assisting individuals of all ages and backgrounds achieve health through a lifetime of sports and fitness.

02North Cove Marina 
The premier waterfront facility in New York City.

03The Esplanade
With its views of the Hudson River and New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the New Jersey shoreline, the Esplanade is a pedestrian paradise.

04 North End Grill
The North End Grill features a bustling scotch bar, a dining counter overlooking the open kitchen, and a vibrant dining room.

05Rector Park
It offers a pleasant place to rest or read, have a quiet lunch