Chelsea

Distinctive architecture, top-tier restaurants, and a diverse, welcoming culture are just a few of Chelsea’s most endearing qualities. While many districts in New York City claim to “have it all,” Chelsea is one of the few that can make that boast to even the most seasoned New Yorker. It’s known as the epicenter of New York art and fashion, housing world-renowned art galleries and luxury boutiques. A prime destination for Manhattan’s ultra-hip, Chelsea boasts a nightlife that leaves nothing to be desired for even the most seasoned party-goers.
The Vibe
A cultural hub that melds Manhattan affluence and artsy style.
Bragging Rights
A remarkably dense concentration of world-class contemporary art galleries, studios and museums, with styles ranging from traditional to experimental.
Architecture
Luxury high-rises and brownstones mixed with contemporary projects designed by renowned architects like Shigeru Ban, Jean Nouvel, Neil Denari and Frank Gehry.
Best Kept Secret
Hotel Chelsea was the first co-op in New York City.
By Day
A bustling residential area, generating most of its traffic from shoppers frequenting the many upscale boutiques.
By Night
A quiet neighborhood offering quick and convenient access to the trendy nightlife locations in Lower Manhattan and Midtown.