Wei Min interviewed on TriBeCa in Lofty Ambitions Can Be Realized in TriBeCa

Posted by Wei Min Tan on October 1, 2017

Publication:  Wall Street Journal


Summary:  Wall Street Journal’s Melanie Lefkowitz interviewed Wei Min Tan about the Tribeca neighborhood.  In the 19th century, Tribeca was an area that was mostly abandoned.  Then in the 1960s, artists started coming in and the change began.  Currently Tribeca is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan.


Wei Min’s comments in the article:    Tribeca is now a highly desirable area because of access to transportation options and an abundance of good restaurants.  Being just north of the upcoming World Trade Center buildings means Tribeca has more potential as there will be demand coming from the thousands of people working at the WTC buildings.

Back in 2008, luxury condominiums 101 Warren and 200 Chambers were built.  This spurred the opening of Whole Foods and Barnes and Noble on Warren Street.  As residential infrastructure developed, more restaurants came in and now Tribeca boasts some of the best restaurants in New York City.

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About Wei Min

  • Focuses on investors of Manhattan condominiums, interviewed by CNBC, CNN, Wall Street Journal, New York Times
  • Ex-Citibanker, managed $500 million portfolio
  • MBA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Manhattan resident since 1999. Currently lives in Tribeca with wife and 2 kids
  • 352 burpees in 23 minutes, student of muay thai kickboxing

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