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Tribeca Tower

105 Duane St, New York, 10007, NY

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Tribeca Tower Description
If you are looking for pet-friendly Tribeca apartments where art and the art of living are taken seriously, look no further. Tribeca Tower's luxurious rentals are studies in spaciousness, luxury and amenities. Towering fifty-two stories above it all, these Tribeca apartments are situated in one of the city's oldest and most historic neighborhoods. There is an apartment to suit every lifestyle from perfectly appointed pied-a-terre studios to dramatic one and two-bedroom residences, many with spectacular dining solariums featuring stunning floor-to-ceiling windows. Gourmet kitchens with full-sized appliances and white cabinetry, baths with marble top vanities, oak parquet floors and custom closets are sought-after features of these Downtown apartments. Condo-quality amenities include an entertainment lounge, private rooftop sun terrace, indoor swimming pool, and state-of-the art fitness center. The soaring two-story lobby, designed by David Rockwell, is concierge-attended 24/7. (Last Updated: 2019-09-16)
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
1 bed / 1 bath $5,475.0
2 bed / 1 bath $5,345.0
2 bed / 1.5 bath $5,740.0
2 bed / 1.5 bath $5,865.0
3 bed / 2 bath $7,800.0
3 bed / 3 bath $12,855.0
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
Tribeca Tower Amenities
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Reviews around the Neighborhood
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Yale
Financial District
Amazing Japanese bakery on Murray St. -- would go there every Saturday morning. Also really close to 4 different subway lines.
unknown user
Tufts
Awesome location circa 2010
Great location with access to the Hudson River walkway and pan-city transportation.
unknown user
Fantastic neighborhood in NY
This area of the city is convenient to everything. Easy to get to midtown or downtown and tons of services within walking distance.
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Stanford, Cornell
Everything you need nearby
Central Park and West Side Highway for running. Hell's Kitchen for food. Tons of subway lines. NYSC and Gold's Gym. Lots of companies and offices. Minus 1/2 star due to limited nightlife options.
unknown user
great access to transit
The best part of living around 23rd street is the quick access to a lot of subway lines. You can get anywhere in the city pretty fast. Also love the crosstown bus! It's a safe area to walk in any time of day or night. Madison Square Park is also excellent. There's a couple of good bars, clubs, and restaurants in the neighborhood, but most often you'll end up traveling to other neighborhoods to socialize.
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UChicago, Bain & Company
Great neighborhood, can walk everywhere, convenient to NYC
Great restaurants, lots of stores, many parks and so many friends waiting for you in this neighborhood. An incredible value when compared with what we found in NYC for the same price! Loved our apartment, especially the view right over the Hudson!
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Wisconsin, UBS
Urban but not ├╝ber-urban like NYC
I lived in Jersey City for three years and loved it. The proximity to NYC was great, but it's also just a bit calmer than NYC itself. In retrospect, I think it's a great place to start a young family with Hamilton Park and Van Vorst Park beckoning as green space. More parks have opened since we left. Shopping was more than adequate -- Shoprite, Target, Home Depot, standard stores in the mall and plenty of small, local shops. It's a very mixed population in terms of race, nationality and income level as well, something that I value. And if you're looking for a church, I highly recommend the weekend services at OLC.
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Wesleyan
Great for recent graduates
I lived in East Village right after college for 3 years and it was great. Lots of young people, great restaurants and bars. Relatively inexpensive compared to NYC prices. Highly recommend anyone looking to move to NYC.
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BC, Rutgers, NYU, Columbia
Alphabet City
It's a great area to live. It's one of the last places to have gentrified in Manhattan proper. Amazing places to eat and the subway is only about 9 min walk away.
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Stanford, UPenn, JPMorgan Chase
Boring building
The building leaves a fantastic first impression. The lobby is great as well as all of the shared space. Over time however, you realize that you are living in an old office building. It feels that way. There's no light whatsoever, there is nothing to do nearby in the evenings or on weekends. All of the added features (movie theatre, piano lounge, foozball, and ping pong) don't matter after the first week. It's quiet, but in a depressing way.
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