Tribeca Village

Overview

Tribeca’s rich history as an industrial base in the late 19th century persists today in the large warehouses and lofts that comprise the neighborhood. In the 1970s, artists converted these vacant industrial spaces into homes, galleries and studios. Now considered one of New York’s trendiest neighborhoods, Tribeca boasts designer boutiques, high-end dining and cutting-edge art galleries. Premiere Venues presents unique Tribeca meeting packages, including 125,000 sq. ft. and more of event, and hospitality space from our central venue, Spring Studios, and eight partner hotels in the TriBeCa and SoHo areas.

Key Facts

  • 8 boutique hotels with 850 rooms
  • 1 venue with 37,000+ sq. ft. space
  • 13 lines of subway transportation
  • Proximity to prime shopping, dining, and entertainment in trendy SoHo, Tribeca, West Village, and FiDi
Cultural Nexus

Cultural Nexus

Situated between the Financial District, West Village, and SoHo, TriBeCa is the nexus of some of New York's finest dining, shopping, and cultural experiences. From boutiques to big retail, and Michelin rated restaurants to local favorites, TriBeCa's cultural offerings are endless.

Center of Business

Center of Business

TriBeCa boasts a close proximity to the headquarters of several major corporations, including Citibank, Medidata, and Two Sigma Investments. In the adjacent Financial District, major headquarters include Meredith, Goldman Sachs, and the World Trade Center offices.

Classic Accommodations

Classic Accommodations

Our eight partner hotels in this area range from high-end -- including the Greenwich Hotel -- to boutique spaces -- including Arlo Soho, Soho Grand, and The Roxy Hotel -- to more affordable options -- including the Sheraton Hotel Tribeca and Hilton Garden Inn . Featuring a variety of accommodation needs, a total room block of up to 850 rooms is possible with a package.

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