TriBeCa (Triangle Below Canal Street) became immensely popular and largely residential in the 1980s, a reflection of the southward shift of nightlife in Manhattan, and the many architectural merits of this picturesque and historic neighborhood. Its unexpectedly laid back atmosphere is not what you might expect from seeing the countless cast-iron buildings and cobblestone streets, lovely parks and proximity to the Financial District
. TriBeCa is known for its spacious loft apartments, housed in buildings once used for light manufacturing and warehousing. Most of these industrial buildings have been renovated and transformed into luxury rentals and condominiums. As for dining, Tribeca is home to some of the best-known restaurants in New York. And when you are up against celebrities and Wall Street high roller, expect to pay for housing; Tribeca is currently the most expensive neighborhood in New York.
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