TRIBECA, Manhattan, NYC, NY - Neighborhoods New York City Walking Tour 5 months ago   02:22

Chris Shiamili
TRIBECA, Manhattan, NYC, NY - Neighborhoods information series by Ardor New York Real Estate

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Taylor moved here because Tribeca is the most beautiful and exclusive and costly neighborhood in Manhattan
Moni M. Germany
Tribeca ist das wunderschönste Viertel von Manhattan, ich liebe es 👏
I live in tribe as and my school is ps234
uuuuu, sounds like an ad for Sodosopa
Fabiano Nunes
Q bosta um monte de prédios com alguns restaurantes nada demais
Chuck Norris
no i wasn't stating my opinion i was just saying that it dies have a low crime rate
don't tell me what it has. Ive lived here for 18 years so I think I know more than you. Also I hate all the unwanted ATTENTION that Robert Deniro brought to Tribeca. It was a nice quiet neighborhood built for families with elementary school, middle school, highschool, park, and the river with the pier. Now everything is pricey as FUCK and its all about business and the annoying paparazzi. Where I live, I pay less than 1,500. In todays market it would go for 7,000. Lucky ME? :)
Chuck Norris
it has low crime levels
hahaha low crime levels. A lady was raped by a man last week on harrison st.
Chris Puleo
where can i find a townhosue with diamond stairs and a diamond chandelier, but ill have them put in after i movie out of queens....
Chris Puleo
Chris Puleo
and i went to laguardia
Chris Puleo
i bought my nikkon camera here
Chris Puleo
well also very beautiful
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New York City Walking Tour TRIBECA, Manhattan, NYC, NY - Neighborhoods 5 months ago   40:48

I took an awesome and very informative nine hour walking tour of New York City with New York Tour1 ( and our fantastic guide Bobby. It was 94 degrees with almost 100% humidity but that didn't stop us from having a great time in The Big Apple. This video is Part 1 and covers Midtown Manhattan including Times Square, the Diamond District, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Top of the Rock (with views of Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and Freedom Tower), Radio City Music Hall, Bryant Park, New York Public Library, Grand Central Station, and the underground subway.
Please click on this link to see Part 2: Downtown Manhattan