Chelsea is a busy Manhattan neighborhood between West 14th street to West 30th street, known for its fashionable reputation. Nestled in Manhattan’s District 4, with surrounding areas including Clinton and Hudson Yards, Chelsea is a trendy and residential area, although still full of nightlife with bars, lounges, and clubs like the Highline Ballroom.
Chelsea is known as the Art District, boasting some 200 galleries, including the Gagosian Gallery. Attractions in the area include the Highline, a park built on an elevated railroad track, and the Chelsea Piers, an entertainment complex located on the Hudson River that makes Chelsea a unique area with an authentic feel of how NYC has developed over the years.
The higher incomes of Chelsea residents (the median income is $98k for District 4 residents) affords the ability to enjoy the fine dining options of various “Top Chef” owned restaurants, and to shop in the various charming shops in the neighborhood. Finally, this neighborhood is easily accessible by several train lines (A, C, E, L, F, and M lines) so many get to enjoy the arts and excellent restaurants of Chelsea Market.
NoMad & Flatiron
Another NY neighborhood that’s gleaned its name from its location; North of Madison Square Park, NoMad is bordered by East 25th Street to the south, East 29th or East 30th Street to the north, Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) to the west and Madison or Lexington Avenue to the east. Home to the Ace Hotel, SoulCycle and an abundance of popular restaurants and bars, it’s a lively area with a relaxed high-end feel.
The iconic Flatiron building is one of NYC’s most well-know, and photographed buildings. The surrounding area is diverse with sports stores including two Nike stores, high-end restaurants, fashion boutiques, and thrift stores. Madison Square Park is a local community hub that is bustling throughout the day.
Situated among some of the worlds largest and most successful retailers and in an area that boasts extremely high foot traffic, this space is a unique opportunity for brands to gain exposure in a flagship venture.
In the heart of the art, the district lies one of Manhattan’s newest and most exciting event spaces. Occupying 9,500 sq ft of raw space in a seven-story warehouse built-in 1891, this loft-like, with exposed brick walls and beams, wooden columns and steel garage doors, is the ideal contemporary alternative to the customary event space.
The amazing space is situated in an awesome location, offering a rooftop duplex with an outside rooftop terrace. It has a 360 degree view of the city and the Hudson River. The store is all white featuring beautiful lighting and bright natural light.
This modern 2,500 sq ft space boasts a 70 ft frontage on a popular retail avenue, it is perfect for Pop-Up Stores and Fashion Retail. The space has contemporary interiors of white walls, wooden floors and track lighting.
This spacious 1,200 sq ft shop in the arty and bustling area of Chelsea is perfect for Pop-Up Stores, Art Exhibitions and Showrooms. The frontage features a double window display which offers great visibility in this creative area.
This prime event space and showroom is located on The Hudson in a highly sought-after area. Neighbored by Uber and multiple art galleries, this is an impressive space ideal for creative events.
This trendy 1,600 sq ft shop space is located in the popular shopping area close to Union Square with a 50ft glass frontage. It’s perfect for brands looking for a blank canvas where they can curate their ideal pop-up retail environment and host Pop-Up Stores, creative launches or activation events.
Surrounded by many reputable art galleries and is close to the High Line, this space is ideal for creative brands to host their event among some of New York’s best art galleries. The 3,600 sq ft space boasts a balcony, kitchen, and stock room, this space is well-equipped for a variety of events.
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