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About Chelsea NYC

Chelsea, a famous neighborhood on the West Side of Manhattan, is one of the most diverse regions in all of New York City. From its happening bar and nightlife scene, to its prominent art galleries, Chelsea is a trendy neighborhood. The scene here has blossomed thanks in part to the conversion of garages and warehouses between 10th and 12th Avenues.

 

It offers abundant recreational activities including the world renowned Chelsea Piers and Madison Square Garden. Any street in Chelsea is bound to have a multitude of thriving new businesses and chic residential buildings, the neighborhood transitions from an industrial area to one where eating, living, shopping and entertainment take center stage.Stretching roughly from 15th Street to 34th Street between the Hudson River and 6th Avenue, the commercial real estate in Chelsea Manhattan is always in high demand. Abundant real estate in the area features old world charm, with elegtantly restored pre-war apartments and townhouses complete with oak entries and garden boxes throughout.

 

For further information about specific spaces and buildings in the area, call Prime Manhattan Realty at (212) 268-8043. We will find the perfect space for your needs at no cost! We will help to negotiate you an ideal lease agreement that will save you money and time.


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Chelsea Real Estate Guide


Locale Subway:
East Side - L, N, Q, W, 4, 5, 6, R Trains to 14 Street / Broadway : Union Square Station
West Side - A, C, E, L Trains to 14 Street / 8 Avenue Station
1, 2, 3 Trains to 14 Street / 7 Avenue Station
F, V, L Trains to 14 Street / 6 Avenue Station


24-Hour ATMs:

The Chase Manhattan Bank at 248 Eighth Ave. near 22nd St.
The Commerce Bank at200 West 26th at Seventh Ave.
Citibank at 717 Sixth Ave. at 23rd Street.


Post Office:

The Old Chelsea Post Office, 217 W. 18th St., (800) 275-8777


Police Precinct:

NYPD 10th Precinct at 230 W. 20th St., 212-741-8211


24-Hour Pharmacies:

Duane Reade at 180 W. 20th St. near Seventh Ave.


Supermarkets:

Whole Foods Market, 250 Seventh Ave. at 24th St.


Chelsea Restaurants:
Francisco’s is the best place to go for delicious seafood at reasonable prices. The restaurant has a loud and lively mood. If you are looking for a trendier scene, stop by Elmo for chic comfort food and signature cocktails. With a sunny summer day, enjoy the weather and sit outside at the Chelsea Brewing Company and sip home-brewed beers and take in a view of the Hudson River. For a restaurant with jaw-dropping décor and equally gorgeous patrons check out Buddakan on 16th Street and 9th Avenue and enjoy mouthwatering Asian fusion cuisine.


Chelsea Nightlife:
The Chelsea neighborhood has world famous clubs. The best hot spots in Chelsea include 1Oak, Tenjune, and Bungalow 8. Yes, you’ll spend a small fortune at these top nighttime venues, but if you’re lucky you’ll brush up against a famous celebrity while dancing the night away to the newest beats from a renowned DJ. If the club scene doesn’t work for you or your wallet, check out comedy shows at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade.

Chelsea Parks and Recreation:

New York’s premier entertainment attraction is located right in the Chelsea neighborhood. Visit the Chelsea Piers to get in a game of golf, bowling, skating, batting cages, or rock climbing. There are programs and camps for kids of all ages, including soccer, baseball, gymnastics, basketball, and more. The fitness center and deluxe spa attract thousands of visitors each day. Go for a ride on your bike or roller-blades down to the Hudson River Esplanade for a cruise along the Hudson River.


Chelsea Landmarks and History:

Back in 1750, the Chelsea neighborhood was a family farm. Since 1750, the neighborhood as gone through many changes and phases in development. Chelsea was the city’s first theater district, a fashionable shopping district, and a thriving vice district in the 1920’s and 1930’s.


You can explore Chelsea’s past by visiting famous landmarks such as the Chelsea Historic District which stretches from 20th Street to 22nd Street between 8th Avenue and 10th Avenue. In this area of Chelsea you can see architecture from all of the different eras in Chelsea’s history including architecture from the 1800’s. Check out the Chelsea Hotel, a bohemian landmark and former home of writers and artists such as William S. Burroughs and Bob Dylan.


Chelsea Area Scene:

If you travel to one neighborhood of New York City to look at art, you travel to Chelsea. Chelsea galleries are world famous for their interesting finds and shows of upcoming artists. Galleries line the west Chelsea streets between 20th and 28th Streets. Some of the most famous galleries include the Gagosian Gallery on West 24th, the Matthew Marks Gallery on West 22nd, and the Sonnabend on West 22nd. If you have a serious interest in art, plan a trip to visit all the galleries in Chelsea.


Chelsea Statistics:

Population: 47,197
Average Age: 39
Median Income: $111,949