Chelsea Green is the neighborhoods first new park in 40 years! Chelsea Green is located on West 20th Street between sixth & seventh avenue. The brand new park features different play structures, new plants, an abundance of seating, and a space for rotating art displays. Click here for more information.
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East One Coffee Roasters is now opening a new location in Chelsea on 170 West 23rd St. at Seventh Ave. There will be breakfast plates, pastries, salads, sandwiches, and small plates that will be served all morning, day, and night. Click here for more information.
Carroll Gardens coffee shop and eatery is opening a new location in Chelsea on Saturday, July 13. The all day cafe will serve dishes including rice porridge with shredded chicken, bruschetta, and other baked goods. The cafe will be open daily from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM. Click here for more information.
The Japanese steak chain Pepper Lunch will be opening a location in Chelsea on July 3rd. The eatery allows customers to cook their own steaks on mini teppan iron plates. Entree prices range from $15-$17 and the eatery is currently open from 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Click here for more information.
By Michele Gambetta Artist, ArtCondo founder, licensed NYS real estate agent at BOND New York MIXED-USE BUILDINGS If you are an artist or creative business owner and want to legally live and work in the same location, a mixed-use property might be for you! Mixed-use buildings are a unique and versatile type of commercial property, specially […]
Chelsea Market offers an abundance of food and shopping options. Most of the shops and food venues in Chelsea Market are outposts of local favorites. Chelsea Market is located at 9th Avenue 75, New York. Click here for more information.
Neighborhood Goods is opening a 4,500 sq. foot store in Chelsea Market. There is a 3,000 sq. foot basement that will be used for a food & drink concept in the store. Neighborhood goods will be a new boutique in Chelsea Market. Click here for more information.
The Washington Post put together a guide to local favorites in Chelsea, Manhattan. Chelsea offers great activities such as The High Line and Chelsea Market, and also some great restaurants to try out such as The Frying Pan. Click here for more information.
Come to Chelsea for pottery classes! Students are able to create bowls, mugs, and teapots with hand-building techniques in a class with other students. A class costs each member $38. The pottery shop is located at 110 W. 26th St. in Chelsea. Click here for more information.