Tribeca

Tribeca is known as the “Triangle Below Canal Street.” Tribeca is one of the most industrially active sections in Downtown, New York. This neighborhood is also the home to the “Tribeca Film Festival”, which was founded to celebrate New York City as a major filmmaking center. Tribeca is a neighborhood, where films are constantly being developed. For example, in 1984, the movie Ghostbusters was filmed in Tribeca.

During the nineteenth and early twentieth century, Tribeca was a center of the textile, Cotton trade. There are many places for you to shop and eat. There are many famous restaurants that contribute to the Tribeca Neighborhood. Come and enjoy the beauty and pleasure that Tribeca can offer. A fun fact, Pace University is located in Tribeca.