Located just above the West Village between 14th and 34th Streets, the Chelsea neighborhood has come to represent the vibrancy and diversity of New York City living that most of us have grown to love. Even the real estate of this area reflects reminders from the neighborhood’s evolving history. Along these streets, you’ll find a combination of luxury condos, classic row homes, vintage apartment buildings and even converted warehouse lofts, all at a wide range of price points, and all in the same neighborhood.
Over the years, Chelsea has emerged as Manhattan’s art district, home to the Joyce Theater, the Fashion Institute of Technology and more than 200 art galleries. Foodies and fashionistas love browsing the upscale shops and gourmet delights of Chelsea Market. There’s also the High Line, the world’s most creative repurposing of a railroad line—a thin, elevated park stretching between the Whitney Museum and the now-famous Vessel at Hudson Yards, with plenty more to see and do in between.
No matter where you live in Chelsea, you’re only steps away some of NYC’s favorite dining establishments, boutique shopping and vibrant nightlife—and only a short train ride away from everything else. In short, if you want to feel the life blood of NYC, Chelsea is the neighborhood for you.