- A, C, E, 1
- Canal Street
- 1, 2, 3, A, C
- Chambers Street
- Franklin Street
- R, W
- City Hall
- 2, 3
- Park Place
Tribeca Neighborhood Boundaries
- Vesey Street on the South
- Canal on the North
- Hudson Street on the West
- Broadway on the East
- Preserving the neighborhood's residential origins, there is a group of well-maintained mid-19th century brick and brick and wood homes on Harrison Street at Greenwich.
- During the mid-19th century many of the 2-3 story residential buildings were demolished to make way for factories and warehouses.
- Structures built to house the growing textile industry during the 1840s and 1850s illustrate Italian styles, featuring classical lines and marble, cast iron and limestone facades.
- Factories and warehouses built in the 1880s were designed in the Romanesque Revival style.
- Since the 1970s, Tribeca has become a popular home for artists and families living in converted warehouses and loft-style apartments.
- TOAST - Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour
Historic Tribeca Walking Tour with Big Onion
- Bouley, upscale American cuisine (120 West Broadway, 212-964-2525)
- Dylan Prime, stylish steakhouse (62 Laight Street, 212-334-4783)
- Kitchenette, casual comfort food (80 West Broadway, 212-267-6740)
- Nobu upscale Japanese restaurant, (105 Hudson Street, 212-219-0500)
- Square Diner, classic diner cuisine, (33 Leonard Street, 212-925-7188)
- Hudson River Park - 550 acres of public space along the Hudson River
- Skyscraper Museum
- Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway
- Tribeca Stores Listings from New York Magazine