What to expect:
- Chelsea lofts, Chelsea Market, and Chelsea Piers
- The High Line, an elevated train track repurposed into a public park
- Thriving nightlife and dining scene
Chelsea is meant for living. Located from 14th Street to 34th Street west of Sixth Avenue, the neighborhood is named after Chelsea, London which ironically enough was once known as a 19th century Victorian artists’ colony. You can’t mention NYC art galleries and museums without mentioning Chelsea. Home to the Rubin Museum, the Whitney Museum, the Gagosian Gallery, and so much more. You’ll also find no shortage of luxury boutiques and shops bringing a trendy, well-dressed wave of residents and visitors. Pre-war apartments on cobblestoned streets sit next to modern high-rise buildings and historic townhomes.
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