Tribeca Green

325 North End Avenue New York, NY 10282 • From $200 Per Day
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  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Laundry In Building
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Proud of its LEED Gold certified status as one of the first green residential high-rise buildings in the nation, Tribeca Green offers residents the opportunity to lead a healthier, more eco-friendly lifestyle. Designed for a new era of cleaner, energy-efficient luxury living by renowned architect Robert A. M. Stern, the property features spacious studios to three and four bedroom apartments with up to 1,800 square feet of extraordinarily flexible space. Gourmet kitchens feature Energy-Star rated Kitchen Aide stainless steel appliances, Euro-style cabinetry and marble counters. Tribeca Green offers a non-smoking environment.

Amenities

LEED Gold Certified
Pet Friendly
Smoke-Free
Green Living
24-hour reception

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When the sun sets on the Hudson and skyscrapersilluminate the night, New York turns into a grand stage. Actors get to Broadway as world-class soloists, dancers and musicians perform at venues across town. New York takes it all: showy rock shows at Williamsburg dives, haute couture operas at the Lincoln Center, and everything in between. NY is a city of experimental theater, stand-up comedy, ballet, poetry, burlesque, world music, jazz and much more.

The city has become an epicenter of seasonal and locally sourced food – with vegetables growing on roof gardens upstate farms, sourcing meats and seafood from nearby sustainable outfits, and including artisanal everything – from coffee and whiskey to chocolate and cheese. Bars have taken innovation to new heights, with Prohibition-era cocktails served alongside small plates – gastropubs are among the most creative venues to eat these days. Of course, there's also the food-truck scene or  NYC’s 20,000-plus sit-down places.

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