Tribeca Tower is a 52-story building located in Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhood. There is an apartment to suit every lifestyle at Tribeca Tower, from pied-a-terre studios to one and two-bedroom residences, many with dining solariums featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. Gourmet kitchens with full-sized appliances and white cabinetry, baths with marble top vanities, oak parquet floors and custom closets are sought-after features of these Downtown apartments. Condo-quality amenities include an entertainment lounge, private rooftop sun terrace, indoor swimming pool, and state-of-the art fitness center. A David Rockwell-designed two story lobby is concierge attended 24 hours a day.
Units and Pricing
There are currently four available rental units at Tribeca Tower, ranging in price from $3,795 to $5,500. A studio is listed for $4,425; the additional three available apartments are one bedrooms ranging in price from the aforementioned $3,795 to $5,500. Previous rental listings, of which there are 252, ranged from $2,400 to $4,495. The average price per square foot at Tribeca Tower is $63, a small price to pay for Tribeca living.
Features and Amenities
Studio apartments at Tribeca Tower feature floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens with full-sized appliances and white cabinetry, baths with marble top vanities, oak parquet floors and custom closets. 1 bedroom apartments come with either 1.5 or 2 baths. They have been designed with dining solariums, gourmet pass-through kitchens with granite countertops and white cabinets, baths with marble tile and marble top vanities, blonde parquet floors and ample closet space. 2 bedroom homes feature dining solariums with floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and white cabinetry. These units also offer 2 full baths with marble top vanities and custom closet space.
Amenities at Tribeca Tower include a health and fitness center, an entertainment lounge, a landscaped sun terrace, and a swimming pool. Services include the Related Personal Assistant, move-in coordination, electronic payments, in-home package delivery, resident service specialists and more.
Tribeca Tower is located in one of Manhattan’s most desirable, historic neighborhoods. Tribeca, which is part factory building, part cobble-stoned street and part waterfront, is perfect for growing families and young professionals alike. Many of New York’s most renowned restaurants – including Bouley, Nobu and The Odeon – are here. Weekends can be spent biking or rollerblading along the esplanade, or, should that not suit your fancy, antique boutique hopping on Duane Street. Whatever it is that you desire to do, Tribeca has it.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
The dining solariums at Tribeca Tower are a standout feature of the apartments themselves; it’s rare to find such a feature in a non-condominium building. The apartments themselves are sun-drenched, and while the amenities aren’t the tip of the top in terms of luxury, you’ll get what you paid for, and then some. For those looking to live in Tribeca, Tribeca Tower is extremely reasonable, especially given the Duane Street location.