TriBeCa When professional meets creative edge, you get TriBeCa, an artist’s haven and downtown paradise. The industrial era left stunning lofts that transformed into unique working studio homes and galleries. The neighborhood is quiet and relaxed enough for comfortable living but there is never a boring day thanks to the abundance of delicious eateries, up-late knick-knack shops, local greenery and outdoor oasises. There are a variety of local parks for kids and a variety of galleries showcasing the most talented artists for New Yorkers who need a little inspiration in their day. Some blocks are shining historic landmarks that are quiet and charming for locals and visitors alike. TriBeCa architecture is an incredible blend of classic pre-war walk-ups and sleek luxury skyrises where residents can enjoy enveloping Hudson River views. Understandably so, the housing market is always at a peak in price and occupancy. TriBeCa is a graceful hideaway from the more busy downtown neighborhoods that exhibits the prestige and uniqueness of the city we all know and love.