You can have it all at the intersection of culture, art and nature. Uptown affluence and downtown style come together in Chelsea with its diverse building styles of sought-after high-rises, converted warehouses, townhouses, pre-war low rises and loft buildings.
With easy access to downtown and the Village, food shopping, coffee houses, art galleries and nightlife, this ultra-fashionable and busy neighborhood has become a much sought after community by many. In post-industrial West Chelsea, old warehouses that were once factories and breweries are being converted into gallery spaces, nightclubs and residential lofts.
Located south of Hell’s Kitchen and above Greenwich Village, Chelsea is also home to world-class architecture, fine dining establishments, a hip nightlife scene as well as the High Line, newly paved Hudson River Park and the massive Chelsea Piers Sports and Recreation Complex.