Tribeca Green is a new development in New York's Battery Park City. Having earned LEED Gold certification, Tribeca Green is undoubtedly one of the greenest listings in New York. Erected in 2005, this high-rise features the well-known Robert A. M. Stern as the designer and the exclusive Related Companies as the developer and management. The building systems in place at Tribeca Green include advanced air purification systems, rainwater recycling, rooftop photovoltaic panels, and high-performance insulation, which reduces utility bills and improves building efficiency. The building spans 24 floors and contains 278 apartments, all of which are easily accessible via elevators.
Apartments at Tribeca Green are energy efficient without sacrificing one iota of luxury or comfort. Residences feature immense energy-efficient windows, which bathe the apartments in natural light and stunning Battery Park and Hudson River views. Oak parquet flooring lends an additional touch of elegance and sophistication. All units provide high-speed internet, self-controlled heating and cooling, and spacious closets as additional conveniences. Some apartments even have stackable washer and dryer units.
The services and amenities at Tribeca Green are plentiful as well. Services include the usual 24-hour concierge, doorman and lobby attendant, as well as the unexpected: access to Related's Personal Assistant Service, which offers online rental payment via credit card and exclusive access to Related's events. There is also a full-service garage and valet and laundry services. There are many on-site amenities for residents to enjoy, such as the state-of-the-art fitness center, pool, business meeting center and entertainment lounge for the adults, and a well-appointed children's playroom for the younger set. There are bike and private storage areas to cut down on in-unit clutter, and green spaces include the garden, roof deck and terrace.
Tribeca Green enjoys a central Battery Park City location. Residents enjoy some of the loveliest park, river and city views in Manhattan. The building is in close proximity to many dining, shopping and nightlife options in nearby Tribeca. It is also near the Financial District and within walking distance to numerous subway stops.