The Hudson River Park trust and volunteers from the Whitney Museum of American Art came together to clear 207 pounds of trash from Ganesvoort pier. There were ten planned clean ups like this one along the Hudson River and the waste is being logged with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to get a better […]
The Disney Company has purchased the site at 4 Hudson Square with plans to develop the site into the new home for Disney headquarters. It will be the new flagship home for WACB-TV, ABC News, The View, and Live with Kelly and Ryan. The deal is valued at $650 million. Click here for more information.
New York Magazine in celebration of its 50th anniversary, is sharing the history of key moments that shaped the city’s culture. Here, they shine a spotlight on Chelsea and its transformation from undesirable neighborhood in 1987 to gallery hotspot destination and now one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the city. Click here for more […]
Les Amis d’Escoffier Society of New York is hosting an evening of dining from neighborhood chefs and drink some of the finest wines and spirits. The event is being held to raise money for Les Amis d’Escoffier Society of New York, which provides scholarships for young culinarians. In addition to the tasting there will be […]
Chelsea Market once served as the headquarters for Nabisco starting back in 1899 and it seems that there is still a lot of history to be found in and among its walls. The structure has remained largely unchanged and a faded mural depicting “Oreo Sandwich” is just one example. The building was purchased in March […]
Humming Puppy Yoga is the perfect retreat for those looking to achieve a state of calm. Located on West 23rd Street, this brand new studio is as luxurious as it is welcoming. Humming Puppy Yoga is offering three free classes to first timers. Click here for more information.
The Hudson River Park Trust and the neighborhood group Hell’s Kitchen Generations are working together to make sure there is a common design thread throughout the parks in Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen. The two organizations were able strike a compromise as to who would get the artifacts from a Hell’s Kitchen Slaughterhouse. The different statues […]
Poster House, New York City’s first museum dedicated solely to poster art is expected to open in the beginning of 2019. Designed by LTL Architects, the museum has its first renderings of the space which will be located in the old Tekserve storefront on 23rd Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. Click here for more […]
Chelsea Market is going global. The 20 year old mainstay was purchased by Jamestown, a real estate and investment company that while promising to keep the market as is is also looking to expand into European and other U.S. neighborhoods. Click here to learn more about Chelsea Market’s expansion.
This dog walker has been making a name for himself on social media. Tony Sweet has been walking dogs for 25 years and is now up to 15 dogs at a time. He found that the dogs love the company of other dogs and has since started documenting his daily walks on Instagram. Click here […]