Chelsea is a neighborhood located south of Midtown between 5th Avenue and the Hudson River. The neighborhood extends from 14th Street to 34th Street. Chelsea is known for its art galleries and restaurants. Visitors looking to stay in a residential area near Midtown will find a massive selection of vacation rentals in Chelsea.
Chelsea has a historic district called Cushman Row that runs for one block on 20th street between 9th and 10th avenues. This block has classic examples of Greek Revival townhouses with elaborate ironwork, red brick construction and brownstone doorways.
The Chelsea market is a great place to find all kinds of different foods from Italian imports to fresh milk in glass bottles to bread that was just baked in front of your eyes. When renting a vacation rental in Chelsea, there is nothing like brining home some fresh food from Chelsea market and cooking it up in your kitchen.
Chelsea Piers is a huge sports complex that houses almost any sport you can think of. They have everything from ice skating, to rock climbing, to golf to bowling as well a traditional gym and health club.
Chelsea is also home to the Flower District which is on 28th street between 6th and 7th Avenues and supplies most of Manhattan as well as stores along the east coast with fresh cut flowers and plants.
The High Line Park is a new addition to the neighborhood and skyline was created on top of what used to be an old raised rail line. It is now a lovely combination of modern architecture and nature and has brought in many new shops and restaurants to the neighborhood.
Due to the many townhouses and private residences in Chelsea, there are many vacation rental options in the neighborhood. Accommodations are generally studios and one-bedrooms but sometimes you will find unique duplexes that offer even more space.
Neighborhoods > New York
• Manhattan: Chelsea, East Village, Financial District, Gramercy - Union Square, Greenwich Village - West Village, Harlem, Lower East Side, Midtown East, Midtown West, SoHo, TriBeCa - Battery Park, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Uptown
• Brooklyn: Bedford Stuyvesant - Crown Heights, Boerum Hill - Cobble Hill - Carroll Gardens - Gowanus, Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn - Dumbo, Fort Greene - Clinton Hill - Prospect Heights, Greenpoint, Park Slope, Williamsburg