Neighborhood Guide: Tribeca

TRIBECA: Tribeca is a hip area known for its old industrial buildings, some now turned into commercial loft space. Cobblestone streets are lined with trendy boutiques and restaurants.

Historic commercial buildings and cultural institutions include the red-brick New York Mercantile Exchange edifice, the Flea Theatre and the TriBeCa Film Center.


Types of Businesses: Advertising Agencies, Art Galleries, Medical Practitioners, Finance Firms, Technology Companies, Marketing, Design companies.


Where to Eat Lunch: Nish Nush, Arcade Bakery, Maison Kayser, Mulberry & Vine, TriBeCa Grill


After Work/Happy Hour: Manhattan Proper, Tribeca Tavern, Puffy’s Tavern, Woodrow’s


Retail/Shops: J. Crew, The Armoury, Steven Alan, Joie, Sketchers, Story, A Uno Tribeca


Market: Average prices range from $50-$85 PSF, with most deals being done at about $62 PSF. With low inventory and high demand, Tribeca office space prices remain high with few bargains to be found.

Tribeca Office Listings

The following are just a small sample of what the New York City commercial market has to offer.
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Tribeca Retail Listings

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Getting Around

Tribeca Map

Subway Lines

Transportation: A,C,E to Canal St. | E to World Trade Center | A,C to Chambers St. | 2,3 to Park Place | 2,3 to Chambers St. | 1 to Canal St. | 1 to Franklin St. | R to City Hall | N,Q,R to Canal St.