On a prime cobblestone corner, the Tribeca Grand crowns one of the most exclusive and eclectic neighborhoods in all of New York City. Two blocks below Canal Street, and bordered by Church Street, Walker Street, and Sixth Avenue, the hotel is the cross-point for an endless array of fashion, leisure, and commerce—the chicest downtown restaurants, which include Nobu, Bouley, and Chanterelle, antique stores, designer boutiques, furniture showrooms, art galleries, and dozens of nightlife locales. Whoever has the luxury of staying in TriBeCa gets whatever they are looking for.
TriBeCa may be the prize downtown neighborhood, but it also borders many other need-to-go locations—mere steps from Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy and the Hudson River waterfront and incredibly short walking distance to Nolita, Wall Street, Battery Park and the Financial District.
All trains run through the neighborhood, leading only a few subway stops away to the Theater District, Times Square, Museum of Modern Art, and the Empire State Building—the ultimate New York landmarks so close at hand, but with the needed remove to feel like a native New Yorker.