NYC Tribeca Loft

NYC Tribeca Loft


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

CLASSIC NYC LOFT. Factory converted to 18 apartments. Ours is an architecturally-designed duplex with 24' ceilings. First floor has fully equipped cook's kitchen with top appliances, living/dining area, children's bedroom and full bathroom. Easy stairs take you to second floor and master bedroom and bathroom and home office. Secure WiFi throughout.

Walking distance within minutes of Tribeca, SoHo, Greenwich Village, Wall Street, Ground Zero, Statue of Liberty, galleries, restaurants, shopping, parks and all major subway lines in Manhattan.


More about us

  1. Husband, father, exec, New Yawker, traveler, skier, biker, hiker, art liker
    Wife, mother, exec, New Yawker, traveler, skier, biker, hiker, art liker
    Son, 16, New Yawker, traveler, skier, biker, hiker, art liker

  2. Split our time between NYC and Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts

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Where is it?


When we were kids, Tribeca was mostly an industrial area. Many of these companies fled the city in the 60s and 70s. Artists moved in because they could get huge loft spaces to use as studios. Galleries followed. Then patrons of the arts. Then lofts started getting converted to huge apartments. Families moved in because they could get a lot of space and the local schools that emerged were/are very good. Today, Tribeca is one of NYC's most vibrant communities. Because we're in lower Manhattan, most of the main subway lines converge near us, which makes getting to nearly any other part of NYC very, very easy and fast. Lastly, the neighborhood next to us, SoHo, is a five minute walk and has many of the same qualities as Tribeca.

Buzzy restaurants
Several of NYC's highest rated restaurants are in our neighborhood, Tribeca
Cool bars
Our favorite is a tiny "speakeasy" called Smith and Mills
Cozy cafés
Baked, Kaffe, Laughing Man, Maison Kayser, La Colombe
Retail therapy
Loads and loads of boutiques and mainstream global retailers in Tribeca and SoHo. You don't have to walk far from our place to shop.
Bit of culture
9/11 Museum and site is a 10 minute walk from our apartment along with numerous art galleries. Nearly every major tourist attraction in NYC is a fast and easy taxi, Uber or subway ride.
Walks in the park
9/11 Memorial, Battery Park, Hudson River Park are all within a short walk.
Spot of exercise
Hudson River park for biking, jogging and walking comes right through Tribeca. Central Park is a short taxi, Uber o subway ride from us.
Day tripping
Hamptons, Jersey and Connecticut beaches are easy to get to reach by car or train. Same with mountains north of NYC.

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