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This exciting popular area located on the west side of Manhattan is known for its diverse population, thriving art scene, and trendy shops and restaurants. The neighborhood is home to many art galleries, including the renowned galleries of the West Chelsea Arts District. The High Line, a public park built on an old repurposed elevated railway track, brings hordes of visitors and locals all year to walk the 1.45-mile park. The park offers stunning views of the city, including gardens, public art installations, and cultural events throughout the year. A must-see in this part of the city is the Chelsea Food Market, a historic food hall and shopping center. Chelsea’s convenient location puts its residents within easy distance of much of Manhattan’s best, including the recently established Hudson Yards development. The addition of this 28-acre, mixed-use real estate project brings everything from public green spaces and luxe residences to offices and a high-end shopping mall. Chelsea homes may come with higher price points. The cost is more than worth the benefit when buyers get a glimpse of the vibrant and renovated historic homes, sophisticated walk-ups framed by gorgeous red brick buildings, and the plentiful new high rises around Hudson Yards.

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