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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 $2,391 per ft² (avg.)
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Soho $2,376 per ft² (avg.)
Civic Center $685 per ft² (avg.)
West Village $2,419 per ft² (avg.)
Financial District $1,449 per ft² (avg.)
New Developments

146 For Sale

16 new listings, 5 sold this week

median: $4,837,500 | $2,001 per ft² | 2,549 ft²   View All Listings

169 Hudson Street #3N
$7,950,000 for sale
5 beds3.5 baths4,400 ft²
Condo in Tribeca
395 Broadway #4D
$1,500,000 for sale
1 bed1 bath1,200 ft²
Condo in Tribeca
122 Chambers Street #2
$2,295,000 for sale
3 beds1 bath1,760 ft²
Co-op in Tribeca

182 For Rent

26 new listings, 25 rented this week

median: $7,475 | $71 per ft² | 1,400 ft²   View All Listings

53 North Moore Street
$10,500 for rent
3 beds2 baths1,400 ft²
Condo in Tribeca
93 Worth Street
$3,100 for rent
1 bath
Condo in Tribeca
39 Walker Street
$8,000 for rent
3 beds1 bath2,000 ft²
Rental Unit in Tribeca

44 New Developments

median: $7,120,000 | $2,206 per ft² | 2,995 ft²   View All Listings

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