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128 Homes and apartments in Tribeca

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30 Park Place, Apt 62B
This 2213 sqft, 3 bedrooms Condo is listed by Michael Gordon of The Corcoran Group.
6,500,000
3bd
4ba
Open House
25 North Moore Street, Apt 3B
This 2149 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Chris Kann of The Corcoran Group.
4,500,000
2bd
3ba
Open House
8-10 Warren Street, Apt 7-FLR
This 2378 sqft, 3 bedrooms Condo is listed by Robert Levine of Compass.
4,150,000
3bd
3ba
Open House
2 Park Place, Apt PavilionB
This 4623 sqft, 3 bedrooms Condo is listed by Deanna Kory of The Corcoran Group.
15,950,000
3bd
4ba
146 Church Street, Apt 4
This 1842 sqft, 3 bedrooms Condo is listed by Ivy Paterni of Nest Seekers.
3,325,000
3bd
2ba
200 Chambers Street, Apt 6H
This 1265 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Elaine Schweninger of The Corcoran Group.
2,495,000
2bd
3ba
11 North Moore Street, Apt 5-BC
This 4912 sqft, 4 bedrooms Condo is listed by Jim St. André of Compass.
17,000,000
4bd
4.5ba
30 Park Place, Apt 39L
This 538 sqft, Studio Condo is listed by Michelle E. Griffith of The Corcoran Group.
1,200,000
Studio
1ba
30 Park Place, Apt 39K
This 615 sqft, Studio Condo is listed by Michelle E. Griffith of The Corcoran Group.
1,200,000
Studio
1ba
101 Warren Street, Apt 890
This 979 sqft, 1 bedroom Condo is listed by Arthur Hung of KWNYC Tribeca.
1,875,000
1bd
1.5ba
Open House
52 Lispenard Street, Apt 4
This 3341 sqft, 4 bedrooms Condo is listed by Danny Davis of The Corcoran Group.
6,775,000
4bd
5ba
57 Reade Street, Apt 12-F
This 1250 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Alexander Madrigal of Compass.
3,195,000
2bd
2.5ba
Open House
429 Greenwich Street, Apt 2B
This 2054 sqft, 3 bedrooms Condo is listed by Steven Kramer of The Corcoran Group.
4,895,000
3bd
3ba
50 Warren Street, Apt 1-FLR
This 1080 sqft, Studio Condo is listed by Joshua Sloyer of Compass.
1,600,000
Studio
1ba
105 Hudson Street, Apt PH-11S
This 3000 sqft, 4 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Jeffrey Fields of R New York.
6,750,000
4bd
3.5ba
200 Chambers Street, Apt 28F
This 1624 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Deborah Grubman of The Corcoran Group.
3,290,000
2bd
3ba
51 Walker Street, Apt 4-B
This 1642 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Wendy Juan of Triplemint.
2,995,000
2bd
2.5ba
91 Leonard Street, Apt 8-F
This 2615 sqft, 4 bedrooms Condo is listed by Christopher Massey of Compass.
5,999,995
4bd
4ba
57 Reade Street, Apt 14-E
This 712 sqft, Studio Condo is listed by Banu Sahinoglu of Compass.
1,250,000
Studio
1ba
52 Thomas Street, Apt 4B
This 1573 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Mufit Kopran of Level Group, Inc..
2,795,000
2bd
2ba
Open House
49 Murray Street, Apt PH
This 5 bedrooms Condo is listed by Danny Davis of The Corcoran Group.
7,850,000
5bd
5ba
Open House
376 Broadway, Apt 13-D
This Studio Condo is listed by Julie Zhang of R New York.
725,000
Studio
1ba
110 Franklin Street, Apt 1
This 5228 sqft, 4 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International.
6,500,000
4bd
3.5ba
73 Worth Street, Apt PH-E
This 2015 sqft, 4 bedrooms Condo is listed by Quinn Ferree of Compass.
3,650,000
4bd
2ba
80 Leonard Street, Apt 4-C
This 1856 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Clayton Orrigo of Compass.
3,250,000
2bd
2ba
295 Greenwich Street, Apt 3-O
This Studio Condo is listed by Mark Blackwell of Compass.
1,200,000
Studio
1ba
200 Chambers Street, Apt 5-B
This 1260 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Brian Cushman of R New York.
2,398,000
2bd
2ba
30 Park Place, Apt 42-A
This 2219 sqft, 3 bedrooms Condo is listed by Alexander Madrigal of Compass.
6,500,000
3bd
3.5ba
1 North Moore Street, Apt 3
This 2835 sqft, 4 bedrooms Condo is listed by Clayton Orrigo of Compass.
6,495,000
4bd
3ba
34-36 North Moore Street, Apt 3-W
This 1800 sqft, 2 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Jim St. André of Compass.
2,890,000
2bd
2ba

About TriBeCa

When it comes to luxury apartments in New York City, Tribeca Real Estate is king. The neighborhood had the highest real estate prices in 2018, with a median sale price of over 4 million dollars. This is not surprising as the neighborhood, which is well known for its expansive luxury lofts, has long had the most expensive real estate in the city. The high prices in Tribeca are mainly due to the neighborhood’s desirability, as well as the fact that most of the inventory is made up of luxury condos. Coops are few and far between in the area meaning average prices are driven up by the fact that condos, which are generally more expensive, dominate the market. Tribeca lofts remain desirable, but the newest trend is uber-luxury condos, which include new high-rise towers such as 56 Leonard, which has been dubbed the Jenga Building by many. Other important condo buildings include 110 Murray Street and 30 Park Place as well as conversions like the Woolworth Tower Residences at 2 Park Place. Condos for sale in these buildings are expected to shatter price records for lower Manhattan. There are also many townhouses in the neighborhood. Tribeca townhouses are the epitome of luxury and command prices in the seven figures. Overall, the high prices in the neighborhood have made it highly exclusive, attracting many famous artists, celebrities and well-heeled businesspeople.

TriBeCa Real Estate Sales Trends

The median sale price for an apartment in TriBeCa is $5,906,558.
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $1,735,555, one-bedroom apartments go for $1,672,857, while two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $3,443,524.