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The TriBeCa section of Hudson River Park with Jersey City beyond The TriBeCa section of Hudson River Park with Jersey City beyond
Tribeca’s evolution has played out in real time over the past few years. Where the neighborhood was once best known for wholesale food market Washington Market, it is now famous for its high-end dining scene. The Tribeca Festival has grown from a 150-film festival to a celebration of storytelling through film, TV shows, podcasts, and video games. Commercial buildings and industrial warehouses got transformed into luxury apartments with expansive floor plates, original architectural features, and top-of-the-line appliances and finishes.

What has not changed, though, is its Lower Manhattan address along the Hudson River. Some of the protections of the five Tribeca historic districts have the benefit of keeping supertalls from springing up and blocking out river views from prewar buildings along the water. Outside the historic districts, high-rises can take shape to make the most of river and skyline views. We take a look at the top ten residential buildings overlooking the Hudson River from Canal Street to Battery Park City.
Buildings of the TriBeCa waterfront including Citigroup's headquarters Buildings of the TriBeCa waterfront including Citigroup's headquarters

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River Lofts, 92 Laight Street
River Lofts, 92 Laight Street Tribeca
290 West Street
290 West Street Tribeca
101 Warren Street
101 Warren Street Tribeca
One Hundred Barclay Tribeca, 100 Barclay Street
One Hundred Barclay Tribeca, 100 Barclay Street Tribeca
111 Murray Street
111 Murray Street Tribeca

30 floors | 258 units | 2007 | Architect: Costas Kondylis

200 Chambers Street
200 Chambers Street is one of Tribeca's first luxury high-rises and located in the heart of the neighborhood near shopping, dining, and public transportation. The sheer height of the building and its floor-to-ceiling windows allow for spectacular city and river views.

Corner living room 200 Chambers Street, #12G (The Corcoran Group)
Open kitchen
River and skyline views
From the Listing: With 1,345 square feet and high ceilings, take in stunning city skyline views from every room through oversized floor-to-ceiling windows. The loft-like great room enjoys two exposures, east and south, combining living and entertaining in an open, expansive setting. The designer kitchen includes top-of-the-line Sub-Zero, Viking and Bosch appliances, and plenty of storage. Both bedrooms showcase the same breathtaking views over Washington Market Park and Tribeca. See floor plan and full details here.

10 floors | 34 units | Built in 1853 | Converted in 2002 | Architect: Joseph Pell Lombardi

79 Laight Street
When The Sugar Warehouse was constructed as an industrial building in the mid-19th century, it was one of the tallest in the city. Its original architectural details were restored during the conversion to residential, and apartments remain rich in original details and river views.

Living room with beamed ceiling The Sugar Warehouse, #1A (The Corcoran Group)
Interiors with open kitchen and dining area
Bedroom with access to Zen garden
From the Listing: Residence 1A boasts a sprawling layout with 3 large bedrooms, 3 full baths, and a home office for comfortable everyday living, entertaining, and of course working from home. Enjoy a spectacular show of sunrises and sunsets over the Hudson River from the gorgeous great room with high ceilings. The open kitchen features custom millwork and abundant storage along with Miele and Sub-Zero appliances including a convection oven, speed oven, and wine cooler. A large storage unit is included. See floor plan and full details here.

32 floors | 227 units | 2008 | Architect: Skidmore Owings & Merrill

101 Warren Street
Rising over the southern tip of Tribeca, 101 Warren Street offers extensive amenities and convenient access to local hot spots and conveniences alike. The apartments inside enjoy expansive floor plates and oversized windows that look out on spectacular river and city views.

Living room with built-in shelves and loggia access 101 Warren Street, #7L (Douglas Elliman)
Open kitchen
Private loggia with city views
From the Listing: Upon entering this duplex home, you are greeted by a generously sized entry gallery. The bright, south-facing living room features high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and custom millwork which includes book shelves and an entertainment center. The loggia faces south, overlooking the elevated pine tree forest created by landscape architect Thomas Balsley. See floor plan and full details here.

9 floors | 13 units | 2015 | Architect: Morris Adjmi Architects

290 West Street
290 West Street is a somewhat new addition to Tribeca, but its mid-rise height and multi-pane fenestration present a modern take on its industrial history. All units enjoy incredible privacy, massive floor plates, and protected Hudson River panoramas through floor-to-ceiling windows.

32 floors | 158 units | Built in 1927 | Converted in 2015 | Architect: Ralph Walker

100 Barclay Street
Originally built in the 1920s for the New York Telephone Company, this building by "architect of the century" Ralph Walker was one of the city's first Art Deco skyscrapers. Amidst the conversion to residential, the Jazz Age lobby was restored, over 40,000 square feet of amenities were added, and the upper floors were transformed into sprawling loft residences with high-end finishes and dramatic skyline and river views.

Corner living/dining room with river views One Hundred Barclay Tribeca, #27B (Compass)
Open windowed kitchen
Hudson River and city views
From the Listing: Welcome to 27B, a sprawling four-bedroom, four-bathroom home with jaw dropping north/west views of the Hudson River, Empire State Building, city skyline and beyond. This mint, corner apartment boasts soaring ceilings, white oak flooring, a laundry room, multi-zoned heating/cooling and custom blinds and closets throughout. It is one of only a few units in the entire building to offer unobstructed views from all rooms. See floor plan and full details here.
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13 floors | 68 units | 2004 | Architect: Tsai & McGowan

92 Laight Street
The River Lofts condominium comprises a newly constructed tower and a restored Romanesque Revival warehouse. All residents enjoy oversized windows, high-end finishes, generous storage, well-thought amenities, and a prime Tribeca address across the street from Hudson River Park.

Living room with arched windows River Lofts, #4H (The Corcoran Group)
Interiors and dining area
Open kitchen
From the Listing: Modern luxury meets pre-war charm in Residence #4H, a renovated 3-bedroom, 3-bath sun-filled loft in one of North Tribeca’s most coveted full service condominiums. Designed for living, dining and entertaining, the spacious great room features 10’ ceilings and incredible light through oversized arched windows. The open chef’s kitchen boasts beautiful custom mill work providing ample storage, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, a wine cooler and a large marble island. See floor plan and full details here.

15 floors | 176 units | 2009 | Architect: Roger Ferris + Partners

450 Washington Street
When 450 Washington Street was converted from rental to sales units, the building received a new facade, a complete interior reconstruction, and an expansive array of indoor-outdoor amenities. What has not changed, though, was its prime address across the street from Hudson River Park that allows for beautiful views of the Hudson River.

Living room with Hudson River views 450 Washington Street, #909 (The Corcoran Group)
Open kitchen
Bedroom with Hudson River views
From the Listing: Direct Hudson River views set a magical tone for Residence #909, with dazzling views over the Hudson River, and stunning sunsets every day. With a corner river-view primary bedroom suite and large kitchen, this four-bedroom features a gracious entry gallery and split bedroom suites. The meticulously-detailed interiors include myriad modern details including 7-inch-wide plank white oak flooring and massive bronze-finished windows with Caesarstone window ledges. See floor plan and full details here.

58 floors | 157 units | 2018 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox

111 Murray Street
The Lower Manhattan skyline has undergone quite a transformation in recent years, and 111 Murray Street makes a graceful statement with its dramatically flared top. Column-free corners allow for unobstructed views of the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline, and luxurious amenities make for a gracious living experience.

Living room with Hudson River views 111 Murray Street, #30W (Brown Harris Stevens)
Open kitchen and dining area
Primary bath with river views
From the Listing: This full floor corner unit with north, west, and south exposure lets one experience unparalleled river and city views. Step off the private elevator vestibule into this sundrenched home. Enter into the glass-wrapped great room with its stunning open kitchen replete with white oak cabinetry, Calcutta Borghini marble island, counter top and backsplash, Dornbracht fixtures and top-of-the-line appliances by Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero. See floor plan and full details here.

11 floors | 13 units | Built in 1897 | Converted in 2022 | Architect: BP Architects

67 Vestry Street
On the Tribeca waterfront, 67 Vestry Street has gone from a warehouse building to a loft that attracted the likes of Andy Warhol to one of the city's most luxurious condominiums. The 13 units come in half- and full-floor figurations with a triplex penthouse as the crowning glory, and all units enjoy beautiful views of the river.

14 floors | 46 units | 2018 | Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects

70 Vestry Street
Between its limestone facade and gracious setbacks, one could be forgiven for thinking 70 Vestry Street is another restored prewar building. But it is a new, context-sensitive addition to the Tribeca neighborhood with high-end amenities, five-star service, an prime waterfront address, and oversized apartments with luxe interiors and spectacular Hudson River views.

Living room with oversized window 70 Vestry Street, #4A (Compass)
Windowed kitchen
Custom vanity in primary suite
From the Listing: Offered for the first time after a comprehensive renovation by the current owners, this exquisitely detailed residence at the famed 70 Vestry represents the finest in modern Tribeca living. Custom chevron hardwood floors fill the great room; exceptionally scaled, and finished with a wall of custom millwork that cleverly conceals a television and bar area. The focal point is a custom marble fireplace mantle, elegantly positioned next to a cased opening into the study. Finished in lacquer millwork with an intricate plaster ceiling, the study is an element extension of the living space. See floor plan and full details here.

Honorable Mentions
471 Washington Street
288 West Street
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