Snow has melted, the sun is shining, birds are beginning to sing — spring has come to TriBeCa’s cobblestone streets, coaxing residents of The Woolworth Tower Residences to come down from their spacious homes in the sky and enjoy their neighborhood for the first time in months. Just across the street, the trees and flowers around the central fountain in City Hall Park are once again blooming, inviting residents to take a seat and enjoy the fresh air.
When they’re ready for a walk, residents of theseTriBeCa condos can stroll to The Battery, the iconic Hudson River waterfront park at the southern tip of Manhattan, where centuries-old armories serve as foundations for mind-bending sculptures, and the verdant landscaping begs to be graced with picnic blankets.
Now that outdoor dining is opening up, living at The Woolworth Tower Residences means that world-class dining experiences are always nearby. Five minutes on foot from the front door is the Brooklyn Chop House, where chopsticks meet chop steak to create unforgettable meals, combining classic steakhouse favorites with Asian-style dumplings and savory satays.
Residents with a sweet tooth will go nuts for nearby Takahachi Bakery, which serves a range of delicious teas and coffees as well as a truly impressive array of perfectly made baked goods, including unique offerings like green tea croissants and made-to-order crepes. With outdoor seating and takeout available, Takahachi Bakery is a great spot for a quick bite before returning to the luxurious homes at The Woolworth Tower Residences.