Tribeca Roof Top

From warehouses to artist lofts and five-star restaurants, the history of Tribeca is rich and identifiable. Tribeca, which stands for Triangle Below Canal Street, is one of the most famous NYC neighborhoods. Originally, Washington Market stood where Tribeca is today. It was the city’s first food market, and a staple of an earlier New York. The neighborhood formed around a thriving industrial base in the late 19th century. Then, the early 20th century led to a slowdown in factory work, leaving behind the large warehouses and lofts that mark much of Tribeca’s architecture today.

Starting in the 1970’s many artists grew tired of SoHo and sought out a new scene. These artists were drawn to the large lofts in Tribeca, which served as excellent studios.

Today Tribeca has emerged into one of the city’s toniest addresses. In 2006 Forbes magazine ranked the 10013 zip code as the most expensive in NYC.

Located on a cobblestone street in a 1920's printing press building, The Tribeca Rooftop has an industrial modern style with fantastic views of Downtown. They have many ideal spots to take stunning pictures from the getting ready studio to the “one of the best views in NY” reception room. The natural sunlight, large outdoor spaces, as well as the expertly designed interiors, make it a wonderful place for those wanting a chic and unique wedding day. On top of that you have cobblestoned Tribeca with it’s groovy graffiti and the East River is just a stones throw away for gorgeous portraits catching the setting sun over New Jersey.