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Neighborhood Profile

Tribeca

Tribeca Photo
Photo: Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao

By many criteria, Tribeca could be considered the best place to live in the city. It enjoys minuscule crime levels, great schools, tons of transit, well-planned waterfront access, and light-filled loft-type apartments in painstakingly rehabbed industrial buildings. But having already overtaken the Upper East Side as the city’s richest precinct, it is prohibitively expensive, and any traces of racial and income diversity are long gone.

Boundaries

Vesey St. to Canal St., Broadway to Hudson River

Subway Stations

1 to Canal St.
A,C,E to Canal St. | 1 to Franklin St. | N,Q,R,W to Canal St. | 1,2 to Chambers St. | A,C to Chambers St. | R,W to City Hall | 2,3 to Park Pl. | E to World Trade Center

Quality of Life

Number of Trees
=
800
Number of Murders
2006200720082009
0000
Transportation
Travel time to...42nd St.Fulton St.Columbus CircleUnion Sq.
... in Minutes
From Franklin St.
1181514
Number of Trains: 10
Number of Stations: 9
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