West 14th Street North to West 29th Street. West of 5th Avenue.
Nearby Subways A, C, E, L, 1, 2, 3, 9, N, R
Chelsea's recent fashionable status of hot and trendy boasts beautiful prewar architecture mixed with top of the line luxury apartment buildings and former ironworks factories morphed into artist's lofts and other elegant living choices. The cozy design of Chelsea's side streets is a welcoming sight and historical landmarks like the Chelsea Hotel and the cast iron architecture of Ladies Miles south of 23rd Street and of Madison Square are everywhere.
There are flowers everywhere that give it the nickname of flower town and the true appearance of a place, much like the West Village, where people really care about what their houses look like and what their neighbors think of them The Chelsea Historic District runs from 9th to about 10th Ave between 20th and 21st street With new developments continually being built and the recently developed Chelsea Piers (one of the most comprehensive sport complexes in the world), Chelsea is one of the most interesting areas of the city in which to live.