Explore Chelsea & Hudson Yards Neighborhood Guide | November 28, 2023
Chelsea and Hudson Yards
This premier and trending New York neighborhood embodies an incredible blend of history and contemporary sensibility.
Navigating Hudson Yards and Chelsea is a breeze as the 7 train extended to a new station here at 34th Street. Aside from the 7, you can catch the 1,2,3, A, C, E, B, D, F, M,N,Q,R, or W lines at Penn Station. Multiple bus lines also serve the neighborhood including the M11, M12, and M34-SBS.
Many young professionals, families, and corporations have sought a fresh start in one of the city’s most innovative locations. Teeming with architectural and recreational marvels, there’s no better place to begin your New York story.
DiningMany of the best places to eat in Hudson Yards are new, yet they are well respected in the NYC food scene. Greek food, Asian fare, and the art of American cuisine are alive and well here; all foodies agree that this neighborhood is a must-visit.
Chelsea Market75 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10011
Cafeteria119 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10010
Ci Siamo440 West 33rd Street Suite #100, New York, NY 10001
ShoppingThe Shops and Restaurants at Hudson Yards is a sprawling retail space housing over 100 shops. Among the stores, you’ll find NYC’s first and only Neiman Marcus and other luxury retailers like Cartier, Coach, Dior, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, and Rolex. More accessible options such as H&M, Zara, Athleta, Banana Republic, and Madewell, are also included.
The Shops at Hudson Yards20 Hudson Yards, New York, NY 10001
The ArtsHome to many renowned cultural institutions such as the famous Metropolitan Museum of Art and architectural wonders like the recognizable “Vessel”, locals and tourists here can expand their minds and standards of NYC living.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028
RecreationBella Abzug Park, Hudson Yards’ central green space, allows you to stroll along and enjoy the lawns, fountain, benches, planting beds, and playground while gazing at the neighborhood’s sky-high architecture. The Chelsea High Line, NYC’s elevated park, runs along the neighborhood. Little Island, a free public pier floating atop the Hudson River, will surely become one of your favorite stops to stretch your legs.
Rubin Museum150 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011
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