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The TRIangle BElow CAnal is undergoing a total revolution: It’s most famous resident was John F. Kennedy Junior, which highlights this area’s appeal to Uptown buyers. New developments, of which there are many, combine all the elements of luxuryloft living. Existing lofts are also in abundance. There are very few ‘regular’ style apartments here. The influx of beautiful retail stores combined with the growth in fine restaurants and food stores, make this one of the leading downtown neighborhoods for luxuryloft dwellers. Especially noteworthy for it’s large lofts, many of them affording some views, new construction is also evident. This area also belongs to one of Manhattan’s best public school systems.
The heart of Downtown, rich in history, and especially noteworthy for it’s beautiful rows of townhouses and stately pre-war buildings, this area spans the region south of 14th Street, yet North of Houston Street, and West of Third Avenue. Historic land-marking has limited the height of any new construction, thus protecting for the light exposures, the envy of other parts of Manhattan. Every conceivable restaurant, service, school, sport and entertainment facility makes this one of the most desirable areas of New York. Many loft buildings exist here, mostly in pre-war buildings. The West Village has the added attraction of the new Hudson River park that stretches all the way from Battery Park City at the Southern tip of Manhattan all the way up the West Side, adding and enhancing the natural beauty of the Village.
South of Tribeca and Chinatown, this area has a unique mix of residential and commercial office space, housing the financial center of the city. Although unappealing at one time due to it’s lack of after-hours services and amenities, this neighborhood is gaining momentum amongst young buyers seeking large space that is priced often lower than Soho/Tribeca/Greenwich Village. As more residents move in, so too do the services they demand, and with it’s close proximity to Tribeca (Also adjoining Battery Park City to the West), the evolution into a full-service neighborhood is imminent.