Tribeca stands for the “Triangle Below Canal,” a coveted, affluent area in downtown New York. Walk through it and you’ll see a plethora of industrial, cast-iron buildings, some of which attracted artists in the ‘70s and ‘80s for their vast scale, now converted to luxurious lofts. Tribeca also maintains a quiet, village feel with cobblestone streets, lush, pristine parks, and access to the Hudson River waterfront. The Freedom Tower is just 13 blocks south.
Home also to world-renowned restaurants, upscale boutiques, and home design stores, the neighborhood animates at night with those looking for a bit more substance than the pubs and clubs. For that persuasion, The Roxy Hotel has long been a beacon. The hotel has always had film and music in its bones, including a longtime involvement with Tribeca Film Festival. It has hosted many screenings and events, as well as live performances by bands like Blood Orange, The XX, and LCD Soundsystem. Today, with its electric new name, plus new offerings like The Django jazz club, the Roxy Cinema, Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee and Blackstones Salon, The Roxy Hotel ushers in an exciting new era.