Tribeca Park is a 27-story residential high-rise building with 395 rental units ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms. Located in the heart of Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhood, this Robert A.M. Stern designed building boasts waterfront rentals with river and city views. Granite kitchen countertops and gourmet appliances are standard features in these Tribeca apartments, along with oak parquet flooring, carpeted bedrooms, marble bathrooms and customized closets. Amenities include a BBQ dining terrace for summer grilling, an indoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, private landscaped sculpture garden in the courtyard, and a lobby finished in marble and imported pearwood. Additional features include round-the-clock concierge service, on-site garage parking and personal assistant services.
Units and Pricing
There are currently nine available rental listings at Tribeca Park, ranging from $2,795 for a studio to $6,995 for a two bedroom. A one bedroom apartment is listed for $4,295. Previous listings ranged from $2k-$6k. The average price per square foot at Tribeca Park is $57.
Features and Amenities
Alcove studio apartments at Tribeca Park have kitchens with white GE appliances, granite counters and full-sized appliances, marble baths with pedestal sinks, deep cabinets, and customized closets. Oversized one-bedroom layouts showcase windowed gourmet kitchens with granite counters. Large living spaces allow for home offices or dining areas. These homes also have marble tile baths with pedestal sinks. Carpeted bedrooms and customized closet space are also included. The largest of the layouts available at Tribeca Park, corner 2 bedroom units feature large living rooms with alcoves that can be used as a dining area, windowed eat-in-kitchens with granite countertops and gourmet appliances and dining area adjacent to the kitchen. These homes also feature oak parquet flooring, carpeted bedrooms, 2 full marble bathrooms with pedestal sinks, and customized closet space.
Residents at Tribeca Park enjoy a landscaped rooftop BBQ terrace, a bicycle storage room, an entertainment lounge, a garden, children’s playroom, health and fitness center, swimming pool. Services include the Related Personal Assistant, move-in coordination, electronic payments, in-home package delivery and more.
Tribeca is one of the most highly sought after neighborhoods in Manhattan. Chock full of wealthy young professionals and stroller-toting families, the neighborhood also boasts some of the city’s most respected eateries, as well as a slew of antique shops, boutiques and bars. Right outside your doorstep at Tribeca Park, you’ll find art galleries, cinemas, ball fields, sushi bars, grocery stores, parks, schools, subways, maybe even your office.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
Tribeca Park boasts waterfront living, as well as a bevy of amenities, alongside spacious apartment layouts and fine finishes. Between all the neighborhood of Tribeca has to offer and the gorgeous views boasted by Tribeca Park, a home in this building means living in the lap of luxury in the most fashionable neighborhood around, while at once being surrounded by the serenity and relaxation that lower Manhattan brings.