Chelsea is a colorful neighborhood with a strong cultural, energetic pulse.
Once primarily the stomping grounds for the gay community, Chelsea’s great restaurant and bar scene, as well as its proximity to The Meatpacking District have made it one of the hottest neighborhoods to live in for any New Yorker. Residents choose to live here for its wide array of cultural, nightlife and daytime activities. Chelsea is truly an amalgamation of some of the best things New York has to offer.learn more about this neighborhood
All apartments are newly renovated featuring: Stained hardwood floors, recessed lighting, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, cherry wood cabinets, crown and baseboard moldings, with marble bathrooms.
The far west side of Chelsea—New York's premier contemporary-art district—was an edgy, semi-industrial patch before adventurous gallerists colonized it in the 1990s. Increasingly blue chip, it is now home to such high-profile spaces as Gagosian Gallery and Gladstone Gallery. The development of the has brought more visitors to the formerly desolate area. The verdant, elevated promenade commands of the surrounding architecture—a mix of industrial landmarks and gleaming new structures—and passes through the old loading dock of the former Nabisco factory, which now houses the eateries and shops of . Although the Chelsea gay scene has become commercialized and, to the younger set, passé, you can still find some worthwhile watering holes, restaurants and shops, and aficionados can peruse vestiges of a sprawling hub for antiques and bric-a-brac.
*Born and raised in New York City, Albert Salpetrier has been a resident of his hometown for 12 years. Very Knowledgeable.
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