Antiqueria Tribeca
129 Duane St.
212-227-7500

 

Archipelago
38 Walker St.
212-334-9460

 

Baker Tribeca
129 Hudson St.

 

Boffi Soho
31 ½ Greene St.

 

Jonathan Burden LLC
180 Duane St.

 

California Closets
26 Varick St.

 

Capucine
20 Harrison St.

 

Duane
176 Duane St.

 

Hostler Burrows
104 Franklin St.

 

Intérieurs
228 E. 58th St.

 

John Kelly Furniture & Accessories
39 N. Moore St.

 

Just Scandinavian
161 Hudson St.

 

Karkula
48 Walker St.

 

Mondo Cane
174 Duane St.

 

Moulin Bleu
176 Franklin St.

 

NYC Home & Craft Center
42 Lispenard St.

 

Pompanoosuc Mills
124 Hudson St.

 

R 20th Century
82 Franklin St.

 

Room
25 North Moore

 

Stella
138 West Broadway

 

Urban Archaeology
143 Franklin St.

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Local Scene

The Tribeca Historic Districts are a combination of four different historic zones within the Tribeca section of borough of Manhattan. The districts include Tribeca South & Extension, designated in 1992 and 2002; Tribeca East, designated in 1992; Tribeca West, designated in 1991; and Tribeca North, designated in 1992.

 




Fun Facts

During the late 1960s and '70s, abandoned and inexpensive Tribeca lofts became hot-spot residences for young artists and their families because of the seclusion of lower Manhattan and the vast living space. Jim Stratton, a Tribeca resident since this period, wrote the 1977 nonfiction book entitled "Pioneering in the Urban Wilderness," detailing his experiences renovating lower Manhattan warehouses into residences.