The New York Times, "TriBeCa: Not for Starving Artists"

The average price of a TriBeCa apartment rose by more than 53 percent between 2010 and 2015, to around $3.77 million from around $2.45 million, said Joshua Wesoky, an agent with Compass, using data developed by his company. New construction tends to be condos, which generally command a premium, he said, adding that large apartments also account for the high prices.