Welcome to Chelsea
World-class art galleries, lively nightlife, and a wealth of bars and restaurants define the eccentric Chelsea neighborhood. The epicenter of Manhattan’s art scene, Chelsea is home to several galleries along 10th and 11th Avenues, with over 200 galleries in the neighborhood. Chelsea is also connected to the West Side Highway, Hudson River, and the High Line, making it ideal for those who enjoy walking, biking, and running. Hudson River Park is also located in Chelsea, offering more than a dozen piers and miles of landscapes of pathways to soak up the sun, go for a jog, or enjoy a relaxing stroll along the glittering waterfront. The famed High Line also extends through Chelsea, which is a 1.45 mile linear park that runs along a former railway and extends 30 ft. off the ground.
Chelsea Market is among the neighborhood’s many attractions, which is a sprawling food market housing a wide range of grocers and restaurants, from gourmet cheeses to specialty meats to European delicacies. Located just south of the newly-built Hudson Yards, Chelsea is closely connected to an emerging new neighborhood as well as some of New York’s best shopping and dining.