Chelsea is a fun and popular neighborhood in Manhattan. People of all different cultures, ages and incomes live in this area where the average age is 39. Located on the West Side of Manhattan, Chelsea offers tons of bars and restaurants, ethnic shops, art galleries, parks, schools, and residential streets with an eclectic mix of fascinating architectural styles, from Georgian and Italianate all the way up to Art Deco.

  • Different kinds of people
  • Madison Square Garden
  • Bars, restaurants
  • Center of New York's gay life
  • Chelsea Piers

Chelsea is an appealing tree-lined residential area. Here you'll find lots of tenement buildings, mid-nineteenth-century brick and brownstone townhouses, pre-war co-ops, luxury buildings, as well as city housing projects. Chelsea even has its own historic district where you'll see interesting rows of houses from the 1800s.

In Chelsea you'll discover that most of the retail businesses are local, with a franchise thrown in here and there. There are plenty of ethnic restaurants, delis and boutiques that reflect the ethnic and social diversity of the population. And they're all waiting to be explored! There are also lots of practical little shops like repair shops, tailors, medical services, and supermarkets. There are also quite a few public and private schools in the area.

"In Chelsea you'll discover that most of the retail businesses are local"

Most of the people living in Chelsea are high-income urban singles, many with advanced degrees. There is also a large gay population in Chelsea. It's replaced Greenwich Village as the happening center of gay life in Manhattan. It's also replaced Soho as the center of the New York art world. There are literally hundreds of art galleries, art museums and artist studios in Chelsea. There are also tons of bars and restaurants, as well as theaters, parks, and improv and comedy venues.

Along Chelsea's western border, the Hudson River is where you'll find the fabulous Chelsea Piers. This enormous sports and entertainment complex is home to basketball courts, soccer fields, batting cages, a rock climbing wall, ice skating rinks, a multi-story driving range for golfers, dance studios, a health club, a day spa, and much more. There's even a marina for private boats!

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