TriBeCa, which stands for the Triangle Below Canal Street, is bounded by Canal Street, Vesey Street and Broadway. TriBeCa is easily one of New York City's most desirable neighborhoods.
With numerous transportation options, waterfront access, top-of-the-line schools, airy loft apartments, fine restaurants, trendy bars and chic boutiques. An extra bonus is that at Tribeca is a tranquil atmosphere and very low crime level.
Forbes Magazine ranked Tribeca's 10013 zip-code several times as one of the most expensive zip codes in the United States and the most expensive in NYC, so the downtown cheap apartment myth doesn't apply here. Instead, at Tribeca, you will not find gritty old industrial factories, but luxury historic older buildings which are converted in very exclusive loft spaces.
Our TriBeCa BackBag is made from suede. Suede is made from the underside of a split to create a soft, napped finish. It is often made from younger or smaller animals, as the skins of adults often result in a coarse, shaggy nap.
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BackBag Meets Art At Gallery
The Tribeca Crossing Canals
TriBeCaThe NY Mercantile Exchange was ready for action in 1885 and designed by Thomas R. Jackson in the Queen Anne Style with Romanesque Revival Elements
TriBeCa, NYC, New York Mercantile Exchange, 6 Harrison Street, 1872
TriBeCa NYC, New York Telephone Company Building, 140 West Street, designed by Ralph Walker from the firm McKenzie,Voorhees, Gmeli, 1927.
TriBeCa, NYC, Powell Building, Hudson Street, designed by Carrere & Hastings, 1892.