THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Ever since gallerists began moving into this once-industrial area during the ’90s, West Chelsea has transformed from a gritty neighborhood into the beating heart of New York City’s art scene. Now bolstered by a community of over 350 galleries, this pocket of Manhattan is widely recognized as a progressive hub of contemporary culture. Within West Chelsea’s radius lies a sprawling mix of culture creators, eateries, bars, international stores, and learning institutions. Teamed with the relocation of the Whitney downtown and the imminent arrival of Hudson Yards—the city’s largest development since Rockefeller Center with a host of shopping, dining, and cultural opportunities—the current growth of West Chelsea heralds the revitalization of the west side of Manhattan; a new destination for New York City.

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    THE HIGH LINE

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    HIGH LINE NINE

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    MEATPACKING DISTRICT SHOPPING

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    COOKSHOP

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    THE SHED

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    HOTEL AMERICANO

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    HUDSON RIVER PARK RUNNING PATH

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    PUNCHDRUNK THEATRE

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    NEIGHBORHOOD MAP

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    CHELSEA MARKET

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    GALLERY DISTRICT

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    ATLANTIC THEATRE COMPANY

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    THE WHITNEY MUSEUM

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    TORO

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    STEVEN ALAN

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    FIG & OLIVE

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    OPENING CEREMONY

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    HUDSON YARDS

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    THE HIGH LINE

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    MY LITTLE SUNSHINE

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    THE HIGH LINE

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    RED CAT

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    BOTTINO

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    EL QUINOT PINO

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    MARNI

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    MORIMOTO