The triangle below Canal street is the cool place to be, especially if you're into historic buildings, cute boutiques, and great food. Surrounded by Canal street, West street, Broadway, and Chambers street, Tribeca is a popular place for the young eclectic professionals of NYC.
Originally used for farmland after the colonization of the Dutch, the land was given to Trinity Church in 1705. The church would own the area for over 100 years, building separate churches and living spaces for the growing population. These homes would later be recognized as one of NYC's first residential neighborhoods beyond the original colonial boundaries.
By the 1840's, several piers had been built in the area, which encouraged trading ships to land there rather than navigate the more difficult East River. This made industry in the area explode, making it a hub for produce and textile creation. The industry of the area only grew after the construction of the subway and the…
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