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Median rent:$5,450
Median rent, monthly change:3.71%
About Tribeca

Thinking of moving to Tribeca? Here’s what you need to know.  

The popular Tribeca neighborhood in Manhattan is home to a number of celebrities, including Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and Robert De Niro. But don’t be put off; Tribeca is a great community for non-celebrities, too. Bordering Canal Street to the north, West Street to the east, Broadway to the west and Vesey to the south, Tribeca is a happening spot for the more than 17,000 people who call it home.

Who’s There?                                   

There are other reasons besides star sightings to choose this bustling neighborhood as your choice of residence. Tribeca is lauded as one of the safest neighborhoods in New York City, and is known for being trendy and stylish. Folks in Tribeca tend to be affluent and educated, and enjoy an above-average quality of life.

What’s Around Tribeca?

A former industrial hub with many of its historic buildings renovated into upscale condominiums and chic businesses, Tribeca boasts more than a few landmarks, including the New York Law School, Hook and Ladder Company 8, Kitchen, Montross & Wilcox Store and Washington Market Park. Residents and visitors enjoy access to the waterfront through Hudson River Park, the city’s second largest public park. Nearby neighborhoods are also worth exploring. SoHo, for example, is known for its upscale shopping, while Little Italy is an excellent place to enjoy an authentic Italian meal. Most New Yorkers elect not to drive their own cars, but taxis can get expensive. Fortunately, Tribeca is easy to navigate by subway and bus routes, though many locals choose to walk or bike.

What Do You Do In Tribeca?

You could probably spend your whole life in Tribeca and remain satisfied. The affluence of the neighborhood, combined with the passion of its residents, attracts everything from noteworthy dining spots (word is, Tribeca has the best Japanese food in the city) and designer apparel to renowned performances and events. The Tribeca Film Festival, established shortly after 9/11, is now one of the premier festivals in the city. The neighborhood is a paradise for artsy types, with venues such as Poets House and the Flea Theater, which are known for offbeat entertainment. The Poster Museum hosts the largest collection of vintage posters in the world.