A sort of chic, northern cousin to the similarly low-rise West Village, Chelsea attracts many young professionals with its proximity to Midtown, all public transportation, movie theaters, bistros and family entertainment. The world-famous Chelsea Piers Sports and Entertainment Complex offers basketball courts, a golf driving range, live music, a microbrewery and even riding stables within its renovated waterfront stretch between 17th and 23rd Streets (where the Titanic was headed on its ill-fated voyage). Blocks away, the newly hip Meatpacking District, while not always "family friendly,” with its velvet rope club scene and notorious bars, like the original Hogs ‘n’ Heiffer (the inspiration for the movie, "Coyote Ugly") draws scores to its cobble-stoned streets each night. 

In addition, Chelsea is full of great artist's lofts. Condo conversions are all the rage, and in general, Chelsea has fewer high-rises than many other parts of Manhattan; this often translates to unique, large floor plans, original details, high ceilings and windows, and stunning façades. As a trendy neighborhood of art and culture, Chelsea also attracts a large, thriving gay community. 
Elevate your New York City experience with this exceptional penthouse loft situated in the heart of Chelsea.
$25,000
Introducing PHA at the iconic Chelsea Mercantile.
$18,500
Totaling nearly 1, 700 square feet, apartment 5B is a spacious three bedroom three bathroom condo in the heart of Chelsea, with Northern and Southern exposures.
$11,500
Beautiful two bedroom two bathroom with a private balcony now available at The Caroline.
$8,600
Experience the epitome of luxurious living at The Clement Clarke nestled in the heart of Chelsea.
$7,995
2 year minimum lease term Available March 1st, 2024 High floor south facing one bedroom apartment in the heart of Chelsea 1, 134 square feet Oversized windows with open southern ...
$7,995
Showing Daily By AppointmentWelcome home to Flatiron 18 a full service elevator doorman building in the heart of the most sought after neighborhood in New York City.
$7,500
What was once a prewar warehouse located on 208 West 30th Street, has been beautifully restored into a lavish Art Deco residential building.
$3,500
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