Once a center for industry, and also the location for housing all the Uranium for the Manhattan Project, Chelsea is now a theatre district, a center for modern contemporary art, and trendy food spot. Chelsea Market on 9th Avenue has become a huge attraction for gourmands all over the world. With 370 art galleries encompassing this small area; it has one of the largest concentrations of art in the city. Chelsea’s central location between the midtown and downtown office districts provides a great living space with a short commute for many professionals. Chelsea Piers is a huge recreational center as well, providing a variety of sports activities and fine dining. Chelsea is an openly diverse neighborhood and is proud to boast a home for the LGBT community.


Places to Visit
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230 9th Ave (at W 24th St)
Middle Eastern Restaurants
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High Line
btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave)
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The High Line Hotel
180 10th Ave (at W 20th St)
Places to Visit
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