Current Prices: $325,000 to $60,000,000
Closed Prices: $1 to $27,800,000
Median Sale Price: $1,697,500
Average $ per sq ft: $2056
Association Fee Ranges:
Chelsea is filled with different building types, including townhouses, low-rise apartment buildings, and luxury high-rises. The neighborhood also has an official historic district filled with various architecturally significant buildings. Many of the neighborhood’s buildings also previously served as factories, which contributes to the area’s industrial charm.
If you’re looking to explore some of the city’s best eateries all in one place, then check out Chelsea Market. Filled with a multitude of restaurants, bakeries, and a variety of other retailers, Chelsea Market is a one-stop shop for filling up on NYC’s most popular cuisines.
The neighborhood is filled with old factories that have been transformed into vibrant art galleries, as well as trendy restaurants and plenty of local attractions. You can spend your day shopping away at Hudson Yards or taking a relaxing stroll along the High Line, which is an elevated park built atop former railroad tracks. Take in the industrial beauty of the area’s many red brick buildings as you take to the streets to explore everything the neighborhood has to offer.
While the neighborhood is full of amazing spots to enjoy with friends and loved ones on Friday nights, why not take them out to have a few laughs? The iconic Gotham Comedy Club is located right here in Chelsea. Take advantage of some of the city’s best stand up comedy shows, right in your own backyard. After, enjoy a cocktail at one of the bars or lounges on 9th Avenue.
If you’re looking for some greenery as well as some beautiful views, you won’t want to miss the High Line. Built on top of old elevated subway platforms, the attraction serves as a walking path filled with various types of plants and flowers as well as some intriguing outdoor art installations. Chelsea is also home to several art galleries, museums, theaters, and much more so spending your Sunday immersed with art and culture is easy to do.
Chelsea has plenty of transportation options, including stops on the A, C, E, B, D, F, M, L, N, Q, R, W, 1, 2, 3, and 7 subway lines. There are also a variety of MTA bus stops in the area. Additionally, within Penn Station, there is access to Amtrak, New Jersey Transit, and Long Island Railroad (LIRR) trains. Chelsea is also very walkable and bike-friendly, making it easy to get around the neighborhood without driving a car.
- Great public transit options
- Vibrant art scene
- Variety of retail options
Locals Don't Love
- Higher cost of living
- Difficult street parking
- Noise and crowds
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