All About The Tribeca Neighborhood In New York

January 17, 2022

Tribeca, which is also sometimes written as Tribeca, is a district of New York which, like SoHo, is located in the southern part of Manhattan, between the Hudson and Broadway. This district, which is very fashionable today, is both residential and commercial. In this short post, you can discover everything that awaits you during your visit TriBeCa during your stay in New York 🙂

TRIBECA: A FORMER INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT THAT HAS BECOME TRENDY

Tribeca is short for " Triangle Below Canal Street ", the triangle below Canal Street. Today it's a very hip area of ​​Lower Manhattan, but not so long ago it was an industrial district. You'll still be able to see some buildings that hark back to that past, but TriBeCa is now mostly home to upscale businesses and boutiques, restaurants, and a number of art galleries.

After its great industrial period, the district remained abandoned for many years. It was completely renovated during the second half of the 1990s, and since then it has been largely gentrified. It is now one of the most expensive neighborhoods in New York. To rent an apartment in Tribeca, you have to pay between $2,000 and $4,000 per month, just that!

It is also a very safe area, which attracts a lot of shops and businesses.

Many stars now live in Tribeca, such as Leonoardo di Caprio, Meryl Streep, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake or Mariah Carey. But undoubtedly the best known and most iconic face of Tribeca's evolution is Robert de Niro .

If Tribeca has changed completely since those industrial days, it's in large part thanks to him and other actors and artists. In 2002, following the World Trade Center attacks, to help revive the economy of Lower Manhattan, Robert de Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff founded the Tribeca Film Festival , which quickly became an international event. during which all the spotlights are on TriBeca.

WHAT TO DO AND SEE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD?

The Big Apple is sometimes said to be the capital of the world. In this particularly upscale neighborhood of Manhattan, you will really feel like you are at the center of the world. You can enjoy a unique atmosphere for shopping in trendy boutiques, strolling through parks, admiring great views of the Hudson, discovering museums and art galleries, and trying some of the best restaurants in town.


SHOPPING IN TRIBECA

In the back streets of Tribeca, you will find mostly luxury boutiques . This neighborhood is one of the best places in Lower Manhattan to do a little shopping, but your wallet might not come out unscathed!

Many fashion stores (La Garçonne, Patron of the New), jewelers (Ten Thousand Things) and designer boutiques (Gloria Jewel, Matt Bernson, Haus Alkire…) await you in TriBeca.

THE HUDSON RIVER PARK AND PIER 25

If you want to have a pleasant time outdoors during your visit to the neighborhood, you can go to the Hudson River Park , where you can take a very nice walk or bike ride on the landscaped banks. I also recommend that you go there in the early evening, to admire a superb sunset.

In this park, you can discover Pier 25 , a large playground that offers activities for young and old: beach volleyball, mini-golf, climbing... The bravest can set off on the Hudson River for a rich excursion in sensations in High Speed ​​Boat , and the others will be able to practice the idleness and the tasting of cocktails on deckchairs.

THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN TRIBECA

Everywhere in the streets of Tribeca, you can find restaurants, often very chic, which offer specialties from all countries. If you want to check out some of the neighborhood's best establishments, you can head to Junqsik , a two-star Korean restaurant that serves both modern and traditional cuisine.

The City Vineyard is an establishment located on the banks of the Hudson, which serves grilled and seafood dishes accompanied by a good glass of wine, at surprisingly affordable prices in this neighborhood.

If you want to try the best fast food in the area, I highly recommend Marty's V Burger , whose reputation is second to none. You will find a wide variety of menus, including a vegetarian burger that will make even the most ferocious carnivores salivate.

For a meal on the go, without necessarily succumbing to the classic hamburger, the Nish Nush , which serves delicious pita breads with falafels, will be the perfect place.

THE TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

I told you a little earlier about this film festival created by Rober de Niro, who helped restore the image of this district of Lower Manhattan. Every year, during the TriBeCa Film Festival , you can meet many celebrities, see films, documentaries and feature films, and participate in many family activities related to the 7th art.

The Tribeca Festival Art Awards reward the best international directors. On the World Financial Plaza, you can find a Drive-In to attend outdoor film screenings. This festival usually takes place during the spring.

WHERE TO SLEEP IN TRIBECA?

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Tribeca may not be the neighborhood with the most affordable accommodations, but it's definitely one of the nicest and most central places you can stay during a trip to New York City.

It is a particularly safe area of ​​the city, where the atmosphere is much more relaxed than in the Financial District, and which is very well served by the New York subway.

If you have a substantial budget, several very chic and sophisticated hotels await you in the Tribeca district. The Roxy Hotel , the Sheraton Tribeca or the Smyth Tribeca in particular, are among the best hotels in the area, but you will have to pay between $200 and $570 to spend a night there for two.

Other neighborhoods that are to be discovered without fail during your stay in New York are right next to Tribeca, such as Chinatown , SoHo and Little Italy in particular.

 

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