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Tribeca Map, New York

Tribeca is standing for "Triangle below Canal" and its name simply shows that the area is the sourthern Canal Street, and western Broadway. In the past, here were only repertories but the artists moved from Soho because of increasing house rent started using those repertories as their ateliers and this turned the area into the modern artistic area.     Chinatown Map

Parks    *click to see the detail information of the park.
1. City Hall Park
2. Washington Market Park
3. Duane Park
4. Hudson Square
5. Thomas Paine Park
Hotels    *click to see the detail information of the hotel.
1. Tribeca Grand Hotel
2. Cosmopolitan Hotel
3. Glenwood Hostel
Landmarks    *click to see the detail information of the spot.
1. City Hall
2. Harrison Street Houses
Church & Community  
1. Manhattan Borough Community College
1. Clocktower Gallery
Musical and Cinema Theater    *click to see the detail information of the theater.
1. Workhouse Theater
2. Tribeca Film Center
3. Access Theater
Night Spot    *click to see the detail information of the theater.
1. Anotherroom
2. Bubble Lounge
3. Knitting Factory
Stores    *click to see the detail information of the store.
1. R20th Century Design (Furniture)
2. Antik (Furniture)
3. Fountain Pen Hospital (Stationery)
4. Stern's Music Store (CD & Record)
5. Issey Miyake (Brand)
6. What comes around goes around (Vintage)
7. Gotham Bikes (Sports)
8. Pearl Paint (Stationery)
9. Working Class (Goods)
10. Bouley Bakery and Market (Foods)
11. Steven Alan (Fashion)
12. Steven Alan (Fashion)
Restaurant    *click to see the detail information of the store.
1. Pakistan Tea House (Pakistan)
2. 66 (Chinese)
3. Montrachet (French Amenrican)
4. Gigino (Italian)
5. Tribeca Grill (American)
6. Le Zinc (French)
7. Bouley Bakery (French)
8. Chanterelle (French)
9. Nobu (Japanese)
10. Ninja (Japanese)
11. Layla (Asian)
Sightseeing Spot
City Hall Park

Originally used as a sheep meadow, this green spot was known in colonial times as the Fields or the Common. It went on to become a graveyard for the impoverished, the site of an almshouse, and then the home of the notorious Bridewell jail before it became a park. Even as a park, the locale was far from peaceful: it hosted hangings, riots, and political demonstrations. A bronze statue of patriot Nathan Hale, who was hanged in 1776 as a spy by the British troops occupying New York City, stands facing City Hall.

Address : Bordered by Broadway, Park Row, and Chambers St
Subway : 4/5/6 Line Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall
City Hall

"This landmark building has been home to 57 mayoral administrations and has been the seat of City government for 186 years," said Mayor Giuliani. "City Hall is one of the City's most enduring and distinguished structures." Built between 1803 and 1812, City Hall was recently restored and renovated. School Groups of 13 or more can visit the Governor's Room, which was used for ceremonies and now offers historical documents and furniture, and the blue room, where the mayor holds all of his press conferences. There are video machines outside and tons of printed material to help you find your way around the surrounding neighborhood. Location: City Hall Park, Broadway and Chambers. Take the N or R to City Hall or the 2 or 3 to Park Place.

Address : Broadway at Murray St
Subway : N/R Line City Hall, 4/5/6 Line Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall
The Tribeca Film Center
Co-founded 1989 by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal, the Tribeca Film Center was the first commercial space dedicated to housing film, television, and entertainment companies. It is a relaxed yet professional community. Their reception, private offices, conference rooms and pleasantly sun-lit areas make the Tribeca Film Center the ideal place to conduct business, network, and exchange ideas.

Address : 375 Greenwich St
Subway : 1 Line Franklin St

Washington Market Park

This much-needed recreation space was named after the great food market that once sprawled over the area. It's now a green, landscaped stretch with a playground and a gazebo across from a public elementary school. At the corner, a stout little red tower resembles a lighthouse, and iron ship figures are worked into the playground fence -- reminders of the neighborhood's long-gone dockside past.

Address : Greenwich St. between Chambers and Duane Sts
Subway : 1/2/3 Line Chambers St
Duane Park

Duane Park, located at Hudson and Duane Streets in Manhattan, was the first public space acquired by the City specifically for use as a public park. This park and the adjacent street take the name of James Duane (1733-1797), New York's first mayor after the Revolutionary War. New York City bought this calm, shady triangle from Trinity Church in 1797 for $5. Cheese, butter, and egg warehouses surrounded this oasis for more than a century.

Address : Bordered by Hudson, Duane, and Staple Sts
Subway : 1/2/3/A/C/E Line Chambers St

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