Lifestyle / Lifestyle / Travel – August 24, 2016

The Insider’s Guide to Chelsea

This neighborhood is filled with hidden gems that only locals know about. Thankfully, our residents decided to give us an inside scoop.

Chelsea houses five of our properties: Abington House, The Caledonia, The Westminster, The Tate, and The Sierra. Keep reading for their neighborhood hot spots!

1.
The High Line
The High Line attracts people from all over the city, including Chelsea locals. Our properties Abington House, The Caledonia, and The Tate are just steps away from the High Line, which means that when the crowds finally go home, our residents have the beautiful green space to themselves. Located along 10th Avenue.
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2.
Whole Foods Market
Although Whole Foods is not a neighborhood staple, it never hurts to know where you're going to buy your groceries. Located at 250 7th Avenue.
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3.
Underline Coffee
Underline Coffee is directly under the High Line, but because only locals know of its existence, this coffee shop stay a neighborhood secret. Located at 511 West 20th Street.
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4.
The Red Cat
The Red Cat's goal is simple: serve top-of-the-line dishes and give great service. Chelsea locals can't help but return time and time again to this neighborhood classic. Located at 227 10th Avenue.
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5.
Westville Chelsea
Looking for comfort food that makes you feel like you're at home? Then, you've come to the right place. This casual neighborhood staple prepares the best ingredients to create the freshest food around. Located at 246 West 18th Street.
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6.
Bottino
This modern restaurant transports you to the Tuscan countryside with its striking Italian cuisine. Its proximity to so many West Chelsea art galleries has turned Bottino into a favorite "art dining" spot. Located at 246 10th Avenue.
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7.
Gagosian Gallery
This world renowned art gallery is at the forefront of Chelsea's widely beloved art scene. Whether you love contemporary art or are just confused by it, Gagosian Gallery is a must visit. Located at 555 West 24th Street.
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8.
Chelsea Market
Chelsea Market is a staple of the neighborhood. From fresh produce to sit-down restaurants to great bars, Chelsea Market really does have it all. Located at 75 9th Avenue.
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9.
Cookshop
This farm-to-table restaurant exudes a cool vibe that you can't help but fall in love with. Brunch at Cookshop is what locals recommend most. Located at 156 10th Avenue.
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10.
Momoya
With a menu that's nearly ten pages long, Momoya is sure to have a dish that peaks your interest. This casual yet high end Japanese restaurant is perfect for a night on the town. Located at 185 7th Avenue.
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11.
Brooklyn Bagel & Coffee Company
Everyone knows that New York bagels are the best bagels out there, and you should be able to take advantage of these great bagels whenever you want. Brooklyn Bagel & Coffee Company has already made a name for itself throughout NYC, and their bagels do not disappoint. Located at 286 8th Avenue.
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12.
Chelsea Piers
You can do anything and everything at Chelsea Piers. Whether you're bowling with your friends or at a fundraising gala, Chelsea Piers is the place to be. Located at 62 Chelsea Piers.
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