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.”
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.