Chelsea

Chelsea

Some of the biggest names in architecture—Frank Gehry, Bjarke Ingels, Thomas Heatherwick, Zaha Hadid and Peter Marino, to name a few—are represented in this vibrant neighborhood, which has become a magnet for culture vultures for architectural eye candy as well as world class art galleries. Early morning strolls along streets lined with historic brownstones reveal a community brimming with young couples and families, expats, dog lovers, and fitness buffs headed to Chelsea Piers, an expansive gym on the Hudson River. Cozy restaurants line the avenues, and tourists flock to Chelsea Market, a bustling food hall in a former Nabisco factory, across the street from Google’s NYC headquarters.

THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT CHELSEA

    • Art galleries
    • Avant-garde architecture
    • Chelsea Market's culinary offerings
    • The High Line, which has become a major draw for tourists as well as locals
    • The General Theological Seminary

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