These pre-war walk-up buildings feature a distinct red brick facade and ground floor retail. Their prime location on the border of Greenwich Village and Chelsea, just blocks from the Meatpacking District, offer endless options for dining, shopping, gallery-hopping, and nightlife.
Chelsea offers residents the classic New York lifestyle, with the perfect combination of cultural and recreational opportunities. With more than 200 galleries, it is the hub of modern art in New York. Chelsea is home to The High Line, a former elevated freight railroad along the Hudson River that has been transformed into a park. It is also home to Chelsea Piers, a converted passenger ship terminal and an expansive health club boasting ice rinks, basketball courts, gymnastics facilities and more. The classic art-deco architecture in Chelsea is complimented by many modern developments, some by such architects as Frank Gehry, Jean Nouvel and Shigeru Ban. The many shops, restaurants and bars make Chelsea a perfect place to spend an afternoon, evening or night.