Tribeca Green is a luxury rental apartment building located in on the crossroads of Tribeca and Battery Park City. The building sits amongst the cobble-stoned streets and former factory buildings the neighborhood, and boasts smoke-free, eco-friendly residences that range from alcove studios to three-bedrooms with libraries. Tribeca Green markets itself as New York’s most environmental rental, thanks to its LEED Gold certification. It is one of the first green residential high-rise buildings in the nation. Tribeca Green was designed for a new era of cleaner, energy-efficient luxury living by architect Robert A. M. Stern. Residences boast oversized windows to maximize the views and light the light in. Condominium-quality finishes and fixtures–including granite kitchens and marble baths–have been used throughout.
Units and Pricing
There are currently seven active rental units at Tribeca Green, ranging from $2,795 to $6,000/month in price. A one bedroom rental is listed at $3,395, while a two bedroom. 1,200 square foot unit is listed at $6k.
Features and Amenities
Apartments at Tribeca Green feature large windows with granite sills, gourmet kitchens with Energy-Star rated Kitchen Aide stainless steel appliances, Euro-style cabinetry and marble counters, marble baths, oak parquet floors and custom closets. 1 bedroom layouts have sleek kitchen finishes with marble counters, porcelain tile floors, custom-designed Euro-style cabinetry with glass accents, Energy-Star rated Kitchen Aide stainless steel appliances, as well as, lavish marble baths, oak parquet floors, carpeted bedrooms, and ample closet space. Large three bedroom units are also available with libraries.
Amenities at Tribeca Green include a children’s playroom, bicycle storage room, a business and internet lounge, an entertainment lounge and a health and fitness center. Services at Tribeca Green mirror those of a luxury condominium, and include a Related Personal Assistant, move-in coordination, electronic payments, in-home package delivery and more. More notable than the amenities at Tribeca Green, however, is the building’s eco-friendly philosophy and follow through. Tribeca Green is a smoke-free residence, which means higher indoor air quality. The building boasts a host of environmentally-friendly design features, from energy-producing solar panels on the roof to high-efficiency Energy Star appliances in every apartment.
Located on the cusp of Battery Park City and Tribeca, Tribeca Green sits in one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods. It’s proximity to Battery Park City, however, lends a sense of quiet to the building. Residents live among New York’s most renowned restaurants, including Bouley, Nobu and The Odeon, and they can work off their caloric intake by biking, running or rollerblading for miles along the riverfront esplanade that runs down the perimeter of Battery Park City. Just steps from Tribeca Green, you’ll find art galleries, cinemas, ball fields, sushi bars, grocery stores, parks, schools, subways, maybe even your office.
Why You’d Want to Live Here
Tribeca is, as mentioned above, one of the trendiest locations in all of Manhattan. It’s also one of the most expensive. The old world charm of the neighborhood, which is flooded with old factory buildings that boast incredible architectural features such as large arched windows and historical tin ceilings, is apparent at every turn, and while Tribeca Green places a foot firmly in the future with its modern and luxurious apartments, the neighborhood itself offers the feeling that you’ve stepped back in time just the tiniest bit. Those looking for a sustainable residence will be satisfied with Tribeca Green’s environmental efforts and its LEED Gold certification, but even those who aren’t all about saving the planet will appreciate the cleaner air, and of course the laundry list of amenities the building has to offer.