Bounded by 30th Street to the north, 14th Street to the south, Seventh Avenue to the east, and the Hudson River to the west.
Geographically, Chelsea marks the transition point between midtown and downtown Manhattan. However, this diverse and colorful neighborhood is not merely a bridge, but a major destination. Stylish, creative folks are drawn here for the thriving art scene, the inclusive nightlife and the proliferation of great shopping and restaurants. The area's ascent to stardom began in the mid-90's, when big-name art galleries began moving from SoHo to the more affordable industrial spaces near the river.
- 5 Beds
- 12 Baths
- 1,875 SqFt
A design-centered mansion setting a new standard of luxury and refinement in the West Chelsea Arts District. An exceptional mansion in one of Manhattan's most exciting neighborhoods, 357 West 17th Street raises the bar for exquisite living in vibr...
- 9 Beds
- 11½ Baths
- 1,950 SqFt
This 25’ wide elevator Greek Revival townhouse is built 85 feet deep on an oversized 104 foot lot and includes over 9,000 SF of interior space with multiple outdoor terraces, a garden and 10 wood-burning fireplaces spread over its five floors. Cu...
- 7 Beds
- 9 Baths
- 1,044 SqFt
New Price: $13.395M & Now 3% To Buyer's BrokerImpeccable yet intimate living near the Highline. 338 West 15th Street astounds with space, comfort, and beauty - a remarkable 7 story, 7 bedroom, 9 bath, townhouse at the intersection of Chelsea and t...
- 4 Beds
- 3½ Baths
OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, Feb 25th, 2018, 12:00pm - 12:00pm - The extraordinary embodiment of sleek, innovative contemporary design, The Twenty 1 condominium is a brand new boutique residence setting a premium standard of luxury at the crossroads of prime Chelsea/West Flatiron.Spectacular Penthouse B epitomi...
- 6 Beds
- 5½ Baths
- 780 SqFt
DESCRIPTIONLocated on the most sought-after block in Chelsea and steps from the Highline lies a five-story treasure. This single-family townhouse is a harmonious blend of timeless formality and loft-like flow. Built in 1856, it has been meticulous...