Tribeca House's 2 Bedroom Apartments in NYC
For New Yorkers looking for luxury downtown living in New York City, there's no better option than Tribeca House. Whether you need space for children, guests, or a home office, Tribeca House offers 2 bedroom apartments for rent in NYC that are as stylish as they are comfortable and convenient.
A Space for Any Sized Family
With up to 2,000 square feet of space in its 2 bedroom apartments, Tribeca House can accommodate residents with a variety of needs. Residents with a roommate or who frequently welcome out-of-town guests may enjoy a corner unit, where each bedroom-and-bathroom pair is located at opposite ends of the apartment—perfect for providing a touch of privacy. Other units boast a master bedroom suite as well as a smaller bedroom that's perfect for a home office or a child's bedroom.
Each unit at Tribeca House offers beautiful views of sights such as the Hudson River, Brooklyn Bridge, Midtown skyline, and World Financial Center. Inside, you'll find top-quality finishes, including hardwood floors, top-of-the-line appliances, high ceilings, and more—all at a competitive price point for the desirable neighborhood.
Quality and Convenience in the Heart of Tribeca
In addition to having a variety of two bedroom apartments for rent in NYC, Tribeca House's two residences at 50 Murray and 53 Park Place offer white-glove amenities , including a 24-hour doorman and a concierge and valet service. For fitness, residents have access to Tribeca Equinox Club—one of New York's most luxurious health and fitness facilities—and an on-site basketball court. For recreation, a games room and a lounge are available, as is a children's playroom for families. On top of all of that, Tribeca House residents can enjoy a private 5,500 square foot bi-level landscaped roof deck.
And, of course, Tribeca House boasts the perfect location in downtown Manhattan, with quick access to public transportation—from the A, E, R, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 New York City subway lines to the Hudson River ferries to the PATH train at World Trade Center—and all of Tribeca’s famous shops, restaurants, and businesses.