The “Triangle Below Canal Street,” or “TriBeCa” in short, is the area located in Lower Manhattan, bordered on the north by Canal Street, on the south by Chambers Street, on the east by Broadway, and on the west by the Hudson River. Formerly a famous industrial area, Tribeca developed into a major artist’s community back in the late 70’s and since then gradually became a chic residential district. Once a simple country farmland, the 1960’s was the period when the Washington Market Urban Renewal Project began to transform the area by placing housing accommodations, office spaces, and schools. The area is also known for the annual Tribeca Film Festival started by local resident Robert De Niro.
- Tourists and locals alike will enjoy visiting the Hudson River Park to get away from the bustling life found in New York City by going for long quite walks along the five-mile pathway that stretches from Battery Place until 59th Street.
- Tribeca is home to some famous restaurants such as Nobu and Bouley where fantastic, mouth-watering dishes are elegantly served by some of the world’s most successful chefs.
- The architectural style found in Tribeca gives tourists a feel of the New York City’s history as cobblestones line the streets that stretch to the Hudson.
Tourists who are new to New York City will find the trip to Tribeca an easy task. Tribeca is conveniently accessible via subway, bus, and by the numberous taxi cabs all over Manhattan. When taking the subway, take train numbers 1 and 9 till Canal or Chambers, or train number 6 to Canal as well as Broadway. When taking the bus, one can take the M20 from the downtown area until Hudson Street, or even M6 to reach 6th Avenue. For those who are coming from the uptown area, they may reach Seventh Avenue by taking the M20 as well as the M1 and get off at Broadway.
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