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Tribeca Park

400 Chambers Street, New York, NY, 10282
Rental Building in Battery Park City
$$$$ | Studio, 1, 2 Bed
396 Units | 27 Floors | Built in 1998
Managed By Related Companies

Building Amenities

No fee building1 No Fee Building
Courtyard1 Courtyard
Cats allowed1 Cats Allowed
Dogs allowed1 Dogs Allowed
Doorman1 Doorman
Elevator1 Elevator(3)
Garage1 Garage
Gym1 Gym
Laundry in building1 Laundry in Building
Live in super1 Live in super
Management company run1 Management Company Run
Parking1 Parking
Roof deck1 Roof Deck
Swimming pool1 Swimming Pool
Childrens playroom1 Childrens Playroom


Studio $3,300 +
1 Bed $4,500 +
2 Bed $6,500 +

Broker Fee Savings

Studio $3,960
1 Bed $5,400
2 Bed $7,800


Chambers St

4 min walk, 0.34 miles

Chambers St

6 min walk, 0.43 miles

Cortlandt St

7 min walk, 0.23 miles

Franklin St

3 min walk, 0.38 miles

World Trade Center

8 min walk, 0.37 miles

Park Pl

6 min walk, 0.48 miles

Building Reviews (1)



Sep 09, 2016



Tribeca Park on Chambers Street has been one of those fixtures in the Battery Park area that you can't help but learn to love over time. I've been visiting a good friend of mine for the last twenty years here, and I seriously doubt that he is going to leave anytime soon due to the building's location and how reasonable he was in obtaining his lease at the right time.The building is pretty much right on the Hudson River and adjacent to a park, and is within four blocks from the #2 & 3 subway trains (Chambers Street stop). The building is also within reasonable walking distance of the Freedom Tower & 911 Memorial Museum. For visitors, it is highly recommended that you park in the underground valet lot for $25 (all day price), or risk being towed if you park on the sidewalk. The latter mention can get especially risky on the days that the street sweepers come by. Save yourself the $500 towing & impound expense, and just park underground.Guests also have to check-in with the doorman up front. These doorman area actually pretty good. Two of them have been here since I starting coming here at the end of my college tenure, and instantly recognized me. That's pretty good, considering that they seem to know their residents & non-residents. Should you need to wait, there is a small atrium by the elevators + a computer room, yet beware of the those Wall Street entitled-types that say that they need the room for an impromptu meeting with their folks, knowing damn well that they didn't reserve it in advance. Anyway, back to the review. Depending on which side of the building that you are on, the window views are actually pretty good. You are either going to see buildings taller than Tribeca Park, or the Hudson River. The units are pretty standard: between 500-800 square feet, yet I've only seen two units in twenty years. There appears to be a small laundry facility on each floor, yet its the size of any that you'll find in a hotel/motel. On the top floor, there is an interior lounge for residents, yet there is also an outdoor area that is truly exceptional. Several tables, cabanas, grill areas that give residents & guests remarkable comforts, in addition to fantastic views of the city. Just don't get too close to the railing- remember, you are 20 floors up!There is a small coffee-deli shop across the street for those that want a quick bite, yet you'll have to walk a couple of blocks up if you want real food. This isn't the lower east side, where restaurants, pubs and coffee shops are a dime-a-dozen. If I had to work in Manhattan & if lease rates were within my budget, I would seriously consider living here.