Following the huge success of the Soho Grand Hotel, owners, Leonard and Emanuel Stern of Hartz Mountain Industries looked south to one of the most affluent residential neighborhoods in Manhattan, TriBeCa. Their keen forethought and pioneering vision led to a sister property, and in May 2000 the Tribeca Grand was unveiled.

The Tribeca Grand’s opening in 2000 established it as the first major hotel in an area home to boldface celebrities and a dynamic mix of restaurants, shops, financial institutions and thriving independent film companies.

In 2015, an evolution began with the renaming of the property to The Roxy Hotel Tribeca, an infamous name that has a scintillating New York history. From the spectacular 1920s movie theater, to the legendary ‘90s dance club, The Roxy Hotel has followed in similar footsteps, quickly becoming an electric destination for music, film, and art. Partnerships with local icons such as Paul Sevigny (Paul’s Cocktail Lounge), nightlife purveyors Vito Dieterle and Joseph Schwartz (The Django), and soon to be Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee and Blackstones Hairdressing, The Roxy is reenergizing the downtown Manhattan experience.

Located on the border of SoHo and TriBeCa, two of downtown’s most affluent residential neighborhoods, where cobblestone streets and historic cast iron buildings give way to the most exclusive boutiques, restaurants, and galleries. The Hotel’s triangular shape gives the property its inimitability, most evident in its interior’s soaring eight-story atrium. The expansive Roxy Lounge, Bar, and Stage is downtown New York’s very own living room. With low-lying furniture, it is an ideal place to lounge, meet, or work by day and the perfect place for cocktails or catch live music with friends at night.