NYC rental apartment residents don’t really need an excuse to go stroll the High Line on a pretty spring or summer day (or night). Despite the inevitable hordes of out-of-towners, hanging on the High Line remains, even after three years since its opening, one of my favorite outdoor activities.
You don’t have to live in a Chelsea apartment to enjoy the Chelsea gallery district; with its more than 400 art galleries packed into a half-mile stretch, this is one of the world’s great concentrations of contemporary art, featuring fantastically rich, museum-quality spaces (Gagosian) as well as plenty of scrappy, street-art-ish spots (Jonathan Levine).
We love the High Line at Urban Edge, and the recently revealed plans for the High Line Phase 3 have us doing a little happy dance for what is to come. It’s been almost three years since the NYC’s High Line changed the face of the western side of Chelsea, its clever, contemporary architectural design [...]
First, before I get to the map of celebrity homes, a word of warning: if you’re new in town, real New Yorkers do NOT acknowledge celebrities, whether you spot them on the streets, in the supermarket, at the playground, at your children’s school, eating out in your favorite restaurant, wherever.
A pair of Chelsea landmarks could be in for a major overhaul. And not necessarily in a good way, according to some residents. Chelsea apartment dwellars can go on and on about the things they love about their neighborhood.
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