Tribeca – A Breath Of Fresh Air

Though technically big in size, Tribeca is known for its small town charm.

On a typical Saturday afternoon, you’ll find people parading down Greenwich Street, kids playing at the 1.6-acre Washington Market Park or in the warmer months, relaxing at Pier 25 on the Hudson River.

The Tribeca Film Festival draws over three million people each year, the neighborhood plays host to Hollywood’s finest, showing new films, documentaries and independent films. For dining, there is plenty of upscale venues, such as Nobu or that standby ever since Tribeca became a name to reckon with, the art-deco inspired Odeon.

Tribeca – A Breath Of Fresh Air

If you work in the Financial District, living in Tribeca places you within walking distance of your office 

For those who play hard, you’re also a stone’s throw from Hudson River Park,  where  there’s plenty of outdoor activities like paddle-boarding, kayaking and sailing.

The uncluttered, simple grace of Tribeca is a haven in Manhattan.

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