Amidst its cobblestone streets and circa-1800s loft buildings, picturesque TriBeCa has evolved from its industrial past into an unexpected arts hub. In an unassuming apartment building off of Church Street lies the light-and-sound art installation “Dream House,” a collaborative work created by artists La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela and Jung Hee Choi. The installation features completely absorbing, constantly fluctuating sound waves along with bright magenta and purple light reflections. The buzzy 1969 Gallery can also be found in its new 2,000-square-foot TriBeCa home, having recently moved from its Lower East Side location. New York–based nonprofit Artists Space, which moved to its current TriBeCa location in late 2019, has recently appointed former MoMA curator Danielle A. Jackson as its curator, cementing TriBeCa as an arts hub to watch.