This NYC favorite spot goes from 14th Street to 29th Street, and west of Sixth Avenue to the Hudson River. Chelsea is a big neighborhood for Manhattan standards. The far west side of Chelsea used to be an edgy, semi-industrial patch before it was colonized by adventurous galleries in the 1990s. It is now home to mostly high-profile art spaces like Gagosian Gallery, Gladstone Gallery, Haunch of Venison and is also the home of Google and other tech startups. Chelsea is known for The High Line, an elevated park that runs from the Meatpacking District to Hudson Yards and is surrounded by an architectural mix of industrial landmarks and fancy residential buildings. Chelsea Market is also a foodie destination that complements the other restaurants and bars in this desirable neighborhood. Chelsea Piers is a vast sports complex by the Hudson River that offers golf, soccer, bowling, and several other activities. Its convenient location between Midtown and the Village, subway access (L, A, B, C, 1) and proximity to the Meatpacking district make this a popular place to live.
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