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Tribeca apartments are located in a very lively area of Manhattan making them some of the most sought after in New York. The Tribeca apartment rentals will be found on two major streets, that is Barclay and Canal Streets. The apartments are strategic for people who appreciate a good environment filled with excellent ambiance and beauty. These top apartments are also bordered by Hudson River as well as Broadway to the East and West respectively. The word Tribeca may sound strange to most new folks but it is actually and acronym that comes from the Triangle Below canal. The first words are picked to create the word that best defines this area.

 When people rent apartments in Tribeca, there are various things that they can look forward to. First, the vibrant shops that burst with life will provide the necessary purchases that are needed on a day-to-day basis. The shops in the area will best describe the class and the luxury that residents have and this is one of those Manhattan apartments that will provide this and more. The shops will not just inspire people to spoil themselves but they will allow people to appreciate variety in quality products that are virtually endless. Tribeca real estate also boasts of great restaurants. There is nothing that attracts people more that good food and eateries.

 The restaurants in Tribeca will definitely provide a taste of all cultures with the best to suit taste buds. Many tourists who visit the area feel right at home and even comfortable enough to stay for a long time. Art lovers can certainly look for apartments for sale in Tribeca because this is a place not art-shy and the evident colorful art galleries will help many appreciate the true beauty of life as they enjoy art in its best. The neighborhood is definitely ripe for raw talent and artists as well as admirers can feel right at home in this neighborhood.

 The high-rise establishments noted for their luxury in the Tribeca area will not go unnoticed. Owing to this, many top stars will flock this area making it one of the celebrity hot spots in New York.  Those looking for NYC apartment rentals near the financial district will not go wrong with Tribeca. The proximity is close enough to feel the commercial commotion but far enough to enjoy the serenity of residential settlements that comes with all needed amenities.  It is very close to Manhattan and families with kids will benefit greatly. There are many excellent schools available making learning convenient.

 This neighborhood does not just boast of all it has to offer but will pride itself in safety, as people live in peace and harmony. Those looking for rentals on a budget will find the best offers here and the prices are becoming ever so affordable. There are many notable government incentives that have been put in place and this has only made the NYC apartments more affordable. To find more listings of good potential apartments in Tribeca, make sure to search online. There are good guides that will help people no matter where they are to access accurate information as they look forward to rent or purchase apartments in this area.



Within only a quarter of a square mile, SoHo has an estimated 250 art galleries, four museums, nearly 200 restaurants, and 100 stores.

   The blocks south of Houston (pronounced HOW-ston) and north of Canal streets are home to the city's largest concentration of the cast-iron fronted buildings, built as warehouses and manufacturing spaces, but converted to living spaces, called "lofts," for artists and sculptors who appreciated the larger spaces. These huge, 19th-century architectural gems (Victorian Gothic, Italianiate, and neo-Grecian among them) are prized by preservationists and the well-heeled bohemians of SoHo who call the neighborhood home.

   The Museum for African Art, New Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Alternative Museum are all in SoHo.

   The New York Fire Museum on Spring Street displays a nostalgic and inspirational collection of hand-pulled and horse-drawn apparatus, engines, sliding poles, uniforms and fireboat equipment from the 18th through the 20th centuries - a good place to pay respects to our heroes from 9-11.

   Robert Lee Morris sells jewelry that is wearable art; Canal Jean Company sells authentic Levi's, cutting-edge shoes, and sportswear at discount prices; Vintage New York features only wines and food from New York State; The Scholastic Store sells Scholastic brands including Clifford the Big Red Dog and Harry Potter - in an interactive, multimedia environment; and the Ward-Nasse Gallery has the largest selection of original art in SoHo.

   If you work up an appetite after all the shopping, head to the Cub Room or Zoë for dinner, and afterwards to NV/289 Bar Lounge, S.O.B.'s (Sounds of Brazil) for a little samba, or the SoHo Grand Hotel for a drink in an international and sophisticated environment.

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