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Trendy restaurants, high-end boutiques, art galleries, and residential loft space gentrified this once industrial area. Old warehouses and factories transformed into lavish real estate with open floor plans, 360-degree views and every amenity possible are available for the most decerning buyer. This hip neighborhood gets its name from its triangular shape and location south of Canal Street (triangle below canal). One of the most well-known NYC events, the Tribeca Film Festival was founded by actor Robert De Niro. This initiative served to revitalize the neighborhood following the September 11th attacks which left much of the larger area surrounding the towers desolate.

Tribeca has long been associated with celebrities and wealthy techies seeking large open spaces. Less dense than other areas, the weekends are quiet, the cobblestone streets are welcoming, and the variety of food choices is second to none. Tribeca exists within itself. Far enough to be removed from the foot traffic of tourists who fill the city streets to the north, yet very much a part of city life for those seeking a ‘too cool’ for the rest of the city vibe. Space is at a premium here, but its buyers are rewarded with beautiful new parks, great schools, and a sense of inclusiveness.

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