Trendy, chic, and happening, the Tribeca vibe is a fabulous melange of commercial, industrial, and residential embellished by amazing restaurants, bars, spas, boutiques, galleries, entertainment, and so much more. Historically, Tribeca was one of Manhattan’s first residential neighborhoods – a Triangle Below Canal Street – TriBeCa. Located in Lower Manhattan, Tribeca is bounded east-west by Broadway to West Street and north-south by Canal Street to Vesey Street. Many celebrities live in Tribeca but everyone who lives there loves the trendsetting Tribeca lifestyle.
You’ll want your move to, from, or within Tribeca to be just as happening as the neighborhood itself. The only way to achieve a smooth, stress-free relocation is to trust The Movers NYC to handle the details for you. Fully licensed, insured, and bonded, our trained crews know how to get a vintage leather sofa through a narrow pre-war walk-up doorway without a scratch. Our decades of experience in the moving industry, plus our expertise and top-notch customer service, elevate us to the peak of Manhattan’s top-rated moving companies. If you’re looking for a top-tier moving service you can trust, look no further than The Movers NYC!
What to Know Before Moving to Tribeca
Living in Tribeca exposes you to everything wonderful. With gorgeous architecture, intimate restaurants, greenery and outdoor space, and a quieter neighborhood than many others in Manhattan, Tribeca offers a fantastic but pricey lifestyle.
Once an industrial area of Lower Manhattan, Tribeca factories and businesses operated out of large pre-war warehouses and commercial buildings. Today, many of the mid-rise Renaissance Revival, Queen Anne, and Art Deco industrial buildings have been converted into residential lofts – and you’ll also find brick pre-war walk-ups. Whatever their previous use, many historical Tribeca buildings feature beautiful architecture and ooze charm. Some of the old buildings have been replaced by high-rise luxury apartments and condos that have views of the Hudson River. The Barclay Tower and the “Jenga” Building, are some of the newer luxury apartment buildings.
Exclusive Tribeca offers a trendy but mellow lifestyle experience. You’ll find luxury living in mid-rise elevator buildings, lofts, and contemporary high-rises, and when you step outside, you’re in the middle of one of Manhattan’s coolest and charming – but priciest – neighborhoods. Even though the nightlife is low-key, many places typically stay open as late as 2:00 a.m. but it’s a cinch to walk back home along the cobblestone streets in this intimate and chic neighborhood.
From the most unusual and beautiful to one-of-a-kind quirky, Tribeca delivers with oodles of things to see and do! Uncover special collectibles at Urban Archaeology, Let There Be Neon, or Philip Williams Posters. Study the printed word at Poets’ House literary center and library or at The Mysterious Bookshop. Scan the art at galleries like Synagogue for the Arts or Art in General. Discover unique clothing at Patron of the New, Jenni Kayne, or Best Made Company. Elevate your heart rate at Church Street Boxing or Roula Cycling. Then relax and renew at spas like Aire Ancient Baths or The Shibui Spa. Be entertained at the Tribeca Screening Room, The Flea Theater, or Shake, Rattle, and Roll. The Tribeca Performing Arts Center has two theaters and features stand-up acts, concerts, film retrospectives, and children’s theater performances. It serves as one of the venues for the renowned Tribeca Film Festival.
Foodies of all ilks should be prepared for some amazing fare – from mindful health-conscious cuisine like roasted sweet potato and kale salad at Mulberry and Vine to decadent eclairs au dulce de leche at Brandy Library. Try Korean novelle cuisine at Jungsik or American comfort food at Walker’s. Enjoy drinks at the coolest and hippest bars, like Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs or Warren 77.
Play at the Hudson River Park which includes a skate park, playground, climbing wall, and piers 25 and 26. Pier 25 is the Hudson River’s longest pier and includes an18-hole miniature golf course and athletic field. Pier 26 has a dog park and seasonal kayaking.
Hosting many community events, Washington Market Park covers almost two lush acres and includes a playground and community gardens.Get Pricing
The Public Transportation and Walkability
Six subway lines and 17 bus routes run through Tribeca. As a result of world-class-rated public transportation, the Tribeca transit score is a full 100 out of 100! Considered a walker’s paradise by walkscore.com, Tribeca earns a 99 out of 100 walk score. Cruising around on a bike to run errands or to get an espresso is easy on the flat streets; the Tribeca bike score is 90. When commuting, navigating the subway is a snap, and whether walking or cycling – Tribeca’s 680 or so restaurants, coffee houses, and bars are within easy reach.
Tribeca’s Trusted Moving Company
If you want to prevent the usual stresses and hassles that mount up during the moving process, count on The Movers NYC to manage your Tribeca relocation. We provide premier customer service and our experienced moving crews know how to carefully protect your belongings – plus, for good measure – we’re fully licensed, insured, and bonded. When you’re ready to move, select from our wide variety of customized moving services:
- Local, long-distance, and international moves
- Specialty moves including art, antiques, pianos, white-glove services, and more
- Residential and commercial moving services
- Last-minute and same-day moves
- Full-service moving and packing options available
The Movers NYC provides top-rated, customized moving services for your Tribeca relocation. Get your free moving quote now!