25 Murray Street

TriBeCa | BROADWAY & CHURCH

 

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Building Specifics
Units: 75
Ownership: Condo
Stories: 10
Building Year: 1930
Green Building: No
Pets: Unknown
New Development: No
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Health Club
Lounge
Roof Deck
Storage
Children Playroom
 

About TriBeCa

Tribeca Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

Tribeca, short for the triangle below Canal Street, is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the City. Neighboring SoHo and Battery Park City, this art-inspired area contains remarkable loft dwellings. It comes as no surprise that it harbors one of America's most exclusive zip codes. Its cobblestone streets lead the way to a microcosm of food, fashion, and film that has transformed this former cotton/textile trade area—then 1970's reincarnated artistic hive—into an internationally sought-after urban residential area filled with luxury apartments like the eco-chic Tribeca Green and the luxurious Romanesque Revival-style condominiums at 140 Franklin.

Restaurants are bountiful in Tribeca with its variety of hip and trendy places that range from upscale bistros to dive-y little haunts. Tribeca Grill, the Robert De Niro co-founded celebrity-inspired venue that hosts a great vibe, and NOBU, one of the most recognized Japanese restaurants in the city, are just two of the trendy upscale spots that inhabit Tribeca.

Tribeca is a great family friendly neighborhood that harbors some of the city's most prestigious schools like Stuyvesant High School, a highly acclaimed school for science, and P.S. 234, one of the best public elementary schools in The City. There is also Tribeca's Manhattan Youth Center that offers a variety of activities and programs for children all year round such as camps and arts programs, and of course, there is Bubby's, a restaurant that serves delicious American fare in a kid-friendly environment.

The arts and entertainment in this area are widely renowned and place Tribeca as an epicenter, of sorts, for it. Since its birth in 2002, the internationally acclaimed, De Niro co-founded, Tribeca Film Festival brings recognition to New York City's film production. An array of art galleries blanket Tribeca ranging from contemporary visual arts exhibits at Apexart to Art in General, an organization that brings to fruition new artists' works by displaying them in its public space.

There are also numerous places to shop from some of the best international and local designers including Steven Alan, who has created collections for Urban Outfitters and Uniqlo, and has a boutique for men's fashion as well as women's in Tribeca that meets the standards for Manhattan's chic. 

Nearby subway stops: The 1 or 2 line to Franklin, Canal, or Chambers Streets, or the A, C, E line to Canal or Chambers Streets.

Tribeca Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

Tribeca, short for the triangle below Canal Street, is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the City. Neighboring SoHo and Battery Park City, this art-inspired area contains remarkable loft dwellings. It comes as no surprise that it harbors one of America's most exclusive zip codes. Its cobblestone streets lead the way to a microcosm of food, fashion, and film that has transformed this former cotton/textile trade area—then 1970's reincarnated artistic hive—into an internationally sought-after urban residential area filled with luxury apartments like the eco-chic Tribeca Green and the luxurious Romanesque Revival-style condominiums at 140 Franklin.

Restaurants are bountiful in Tribeca with its variety of hip and trendy places that range from upscale bistros to dive-y little haunts. Tribeca Grill, the Robert De Niro co-founded celebrity-inspired venue that hosts a great vibe, and NOBU, one of the most recognized Japanese restaurants in the city, are just two of the trendy upscale spots that inhabit Tribeca.

Tribeca is a great family friendly neighborhood that harbors some of the city's most prestigious schools like Stuyvesant High School, a highly acclaimed school for science, and P.S. 234, one of the best public elementary schools in The City. There is also Tribeca's Manhattan Youth Center that offers a variety of activities and programs for children all year round such as camps and arts programs, and of course, there is Bubby's, a restaurant that serves delicious American fare in a kid-friendly environment.

The arts and entertainment in this area are widely renowned and place Tribeca as an epicenter, of sorts, for it. Since its birth in 2002, the internationally acclaimed, De Niro co-founded, Tribeca Film Festival brings recognition to New York City's film production. An array of art galleries blanket Tribeca ranging from contemporary visual arts exhibits at Apexart to Art in General, an organization that brings to fruition new artists' works by displaying them in its public space.

There are also numerous places to shop from some of the best international and local designers including Steven Alan, who has created collections for Urban Outfitters and Uniqlo, and has a boutique for men's fashion as well as women's in Tribeca that meets the standards for Manhattan's chic. 

Nearby subway stops: The 1 or 2 line to Franklin, Canal, or Chambers Streets, or the A, C, E line to Canal or Chambers Streets.

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Tribeca Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

Tribeca, short for the triangle below Canal Street, is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the City. Neighboring SoHo and Battery Park City, this art-inspired area contains remarkable loft dwellings. It comes as no surprise that it harbors one of America's most exclusive zip codes. Its cobblestone streets lead the way to a microcosm of food, fashion, and film that has transformed this former cotton/textile trade area—then 1970's reincarnated artistic hive—into an internationally sought-after urban residential area filled with luxury apartments like the eco-chic Tribeca Green and the luxurious Romanesque Revival-style condominiums at 140 Franklin.

Restaurants are bountiful in Tribeca with its variety of hip and trendy places that range from upscale bistros to dive-y little haunts. Tribeca Grill, the Robert De Niro co-founded celebrity-inspired venue that hosts a great vibe, and NOBU, one of the most recognized Japanese restaurants in the city, are just two of the trendy upscale spots that inhabit Tribeca.

Tribeca is a great family friendly neighborhood that harbors some of the city's most prestigious schools like Stuyvesant High School, a highly acclaimed school for science, and P.S. 234, one of the best public elementary schools in The City. There is also Tribeca's Manhattan Youth Center that offers a variety of activities and programs for children all year round such as camps and arts programs, and of course, there is Bubby's, a restaurant that serves delicious American fare in a kid-friendly environment.

The arts and entertainment in this area are widely renowned and place Tribeca as an epicenter, of sorts, for it. Since its birth in 2002, the internationally acclaimed, De Niro co-founded, Tribeca Film Festival brings recognition to New York City's film production. An array of art galleries blanket Tribeca ranging from contemporary visual arts exhibits at Apexart to Art in General, an organization that brings to fruition new artists' works by displaying them in its public space.

There are also numerous places to shop from some of the best international and local designers including Steven Alan, who has created collections for Urban Outfitters and Uniqlo, and has a boutique for men's fashion as well as women's in Tribeca that meets the standards for Manhattan's chic. 

Nearby subway stops: The 1 or 2 line to Franklin, Canal, or Chambers Streets, or the A, C, E line to Canal or Chambers Streets.

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