Today, the neighborhood’s appeal is in its classical, industrial charm, and because it feels real. Tribeca & Soho prices are up 14% from 2012 – partly due to low supply – so it’s a great time to sell. But we still see great value going forward too. Bond’s Tribeca Team has some exciting upcoming real estate seminars and speakers, plus a gallery opening for local artist CJ Collins at our Hudson Street office March 5th. Find us on bondtribeca.com, Facebook, Meetup and Twitter, or stop in!
How an abandoned cast-iron textile factory and warehouse district became so desirable is one of the great stories of New York real estate.
Jacob’s Neighborhood Picks:
135 West Broadway
Best spot in NYC, not just Tribeca/Soho.
77 Warren Street
Sports bars with video game tables just don’t get cooler.
54 Reade Street
The best baristas below 14th Street.
57 Warren Street
Japanese knives that’d put Hattori Hanzo steel to shame.
111 Franklin Street
Each exhibit is mind blowing.