Origin of TriBeCafrom tri(angle) be(low) Ca(nal Street), street in Manhattan
Tribeca is defined as the area of Manhattan between the Hudson River and Broadway south of Greenwich Village and is well known for its art life.
An example of a place in Tribeca is the Woolworth Building.
in Manhattan, the area between Broadway and the Hudson River south of Greenwich Village: noted as a center for artists, art galleries, etc.
also written Tribeca
- All of which proved to be untrue until recently when word got out that the music power couple applied for a marriage license in the small town of Scarsdale Village, New York, located about 30 minutes away from their TriBeCa loft.
- Taylor attends a magnet public school in Tribeca where she is an active member of her school's gymnastics and roller hockey teams.