Independence Plaza - 310 Greenwich Street
Along with 80 North Moore and 40 Harrison, 310 Greenwich Street makes up the trio of buildings in TriBeCa known as Independence Plaza.
Independence Plaza is a great building for people who are looking for an affordable unit right in the heart of TriBeCa. Close to Hudson River Park for your exercise, Duane Reade & Food Emporium for your groceries and conveniences, Gigino Restaurant for a great dinner and Nobu for celeb spotting, you won’t find much you’ll need to leave the neighborhood for.
Often times though, when you get such a great location, you have to sacrifice on amenities and finishes – happily, this is not the case with these units. Units have pretty spectacular views of the Hudson River or lower Manhattan, real stripped oak or cherry hardwood floors, open gourmet kitchens with islands, stainless steel appliances, & granite countertops and while the building had a laundry room, there are also washer/dryers in most units.
But the extra touches don’t stop there either, the building has a 24-hour doorman, onsite storage, four onsite parking garages (making this a great option if you reverse commute to Jersey), and is pre-wired for high speed Internet. Its prime location also grants residents access to PS234 and PS150.
**Renter Tip** A lot of these units are no free right now.
Address: Independence Plaza, 310 Greenwich Street
Style: Luxury High-Rise
Service: Full Service
Apartment Sizes: Studios, one, two, three & four-bedrooms with terraces
Year Built: 1974
TriBeCa (”Triangle Below Canal Street”) runs from Canal Street south to Park Place, and from the Hudson River east to Broadway. It was once an industrial district, but has since undergone a major revitalization. TriBeCa’s history as an industrial area gave the neighborhood its signature NYC real estate style since the old warehouses were converted into loft apartments.
- Independence Plaza - 80 North Moore Street
- The Zinc Building - 475 Greenwich Street
- 88 Leonard Street
- 60 Beach Street
- Duane Park