Outside of New York, Tribeca is probably best known as the home of the annual Tribeca Film Festival and Hook & Ladder 8, the firehouse that served as the base of operations in the original Ghostbusters. But among New Yorkers, Tribeca is known for its artsy yet family-friendly, tony yet convivial ambiance. It’s the only area in the city that encompasses both contemporary art galleries and a mini-golf course, along with some of New York’s few remaining cobblestone streets. Tribeca manages to combine the ease, informality, and friendliness of a suburb with the glamour and vibrancy of Manhattan at its best—little wonder it’s such an in-demand area.
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