What does Chelsea not have? From 14th St to 34th St, and from 6th Avenue to the Hudson River, Chelsea is one of Manhattan’s most diverse downtown neighborhoods.
Tree-lined Streets with brownstone residences, high rise luxury condominium development, pre-war art deco co-ops, Chelsea real estate has something for everybody. A very convenient location with a lot of transportation choices, multiple restaurant choices, shopping and neighborhood services, Chelsea has become a highly desirable location.
Home to Chelsea Piers-one of Manhattan’s premiere physical fitness and entertainment locations, along with the High Line Park-the elevated park now one of the most popular destinations in the city for residents and tourists, Chelsea has something for everybody.
Real estate prices in Chelsea vary widely. You will get more space for the money than in Greenwich Village or the West Village, but new construction condominiums along the High Line Park have shattered price records for the neighborhood. West Chelsea has seen a resurgence as a destination for cutting edge architecture in buildings such as 100 Eleventh Avenue and 200 Eleventh Avenue, next door to the many art galleries and cafes that make up the neighborhood. Highly desirable this part of Chelsea is of New York City’s best residential locations.
Located on the southern end of the Chelsea neighborhood is The Chelsea Market. The Chelsea Market is a destination for the food lover, with both gourmet restaurants and shopping, home to the Food Network.
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