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Tribeca: An acronym of the phrase “Triangle below Canal Street,” Tribeca was originally an industrial center with ample retail and loft space. However, as the area’s industrial base disappeared, artists moved into Tribeca, prompting its large-scale conversion into a residential neighborhood. Today, fashionable pedestrians walk Tribeca’s streets, known for its celebrity residents, surrounded by upscale retailers and art galleries. Joggers run between former industrial neo-Renaissance... [more]

Tribeca $2,832 per ft² (avg.)
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Soho $2,792 per ft² (avg.)
Civic Center $734 per ft² (avg.)
West Village $2,578 per ft² (avg.)
Financial District $1,683 per ft² (avg.)
New Developments

192 For Sale

3 new listings, 6 sold this week

median: $5,750,000 | $2,347 per ft² | 2,515 ft²   View All Listings

270 Broadway #19D
$8,800,000 for sale
5 beds3.5 baths4,014 ft²
Condo in Tribeca
30 Park Place #43B
$5,145,000 for sale
2 beds2.5 baths1,664 ft²
Condo in Tribeca
30 Park Place #41B
$5,065,000 for sale
2 beds2.5 baths1,664 ft²
Condo in Tribeca

150 For Rent

8 new listings, 16 rented this week

median: $8,150 | $71 per ft² | 1,650 ft²   View All Listings

9 Murray Street
$8,000 for rent
2 beds2 baths1,450 ft²
Condo in Tribeca
376 Broadway
$4,295 for rent
2 beds1.5 baths
Condo in Tribeca
Listed by Douglas Elliman
34 Leonard Street
$11,495 for rent
1 bed2 baths1,600 ft²
Rental Unit in Tribeca

74 New Developments

median: $7,400,000 | $2,887 per ft² | 2,830 ft²   View All Listings

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