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A Uno
123 West Broadway


Agatha Ruiz de la Prada
466 Greenwich St.


18 Jay St.


380 West Broadway


Boomerang Toys
119 West Broadway


Bu and the Duck
106 Franklin St.


Canis Minor
106 Reade St.


Carini Lang
335 Greenwich St.


Chambers Street Wines
148 Chambers St.


Christina Lehr
139 Reade St.


Color Me Mine
92 Reade St.


50 Hudson St.


DeJuan Stroud
433 Washington St.


Design in Textiles by Mary Jaeger
17 Laight St. Ste. 21


117 West Broadway


17 White St.


Duane Park Patisserie
179 Duane St.


Dudley’s Paw
327 Greenwich St.


Edon Manor
391 Greenwich St.


Elan Flowers
148 Duane St.


Flora NY
85 Franklin St.


51 Beach St.


Frankie Steinz Costumes
24 Harrison St.


G/K Framing
169 Hudson St.


George Taylor Specialties
76 Franklin St.


Gotham Bikes
112 West Broadway


145 Hudson St. Ste. 5A


Hudson Square Pharmacy
345 Hudson St.


Hudson Wine & Spirits
165 Hudson St.


J.Crew Men's Shop at the Liquor Store
235 West Broadway


Jem Fabric Warehouse
355 Broadway


Koh's Kids
311 Greenwich St.


Let There Be Neon
38 White St. 1st fl.


Nili Lotan
188 Duane St.


Olivier Cheng Catering and Events
12-16 Vestry St.


PS Fabrics & Crafts
359 Broadway


Party Poopers
180 Duane St.


Pearl Paint
308 Canal St.


Petticoat Lane
149 Reade St.


Philip Williams Posters
122 Chambers St.


330 Bowery


Schoolhouse Electric Co.
27 Vestry St.


42 Hudson St.


Sylvia Weinstock Cakes
273 Church St.


Thom Browne
100 Hudson St.


Torly Kid NYC
51 Hudson St.


Tribeca Thrift Shop
119 Chambers St.


Tribeca Treats
94 Reade St.


Tribeca Wine Merchants
40 Hudson St.


Vestry Wines
65 Vestry St.


What Goes Around Comes Around
1317 Laight St. 5th fl.


Working Class Emporium
168 Duane St.


85 Franklin St.


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Local Scene

The Tribeca name came to be applied to the area south of Canal Street, between Broadway and West Street, extending south
to Chambers Street.
The area was among the first residential neighborhoods developed in New York beyond the boundaries of the city during colonial times, with residential development beginning in the late 18th century.




Fun Facts

Tribeca (sometimes stylized as TriBeCa) is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan,
New York City, USA.
Its name is an acronym based on the words "Triangle below Canal Street": the triangle is properly bounded by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and Vesey Street.