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There are many areas in Manhattan that have vibrant communities worth exploring, but perhaps none are as unique as Chelsea. As the cultural hub of 60s counterculture and the continuing center for artistic movements in the city, Chelsea has always had some of the most interesting cuisine and art galleries available in the entire city. Itís also an incredibly well-connected neighborhood, being easily accessible by the 1, F, or E train stops.
Though many people know Chelsea for historic sites such as the Chelsea Hotel, many overlook the importance of one of NYCís most beautiful areas: the High Line. As a 1.45-mile-long park, the High Line is one of the cityís most unique parks, drawing from urban inspiration of the 20th century to give visitors and residents alike beautiful views and places to walk. Living near this masterpiece of modern architecture means that youíll be able to experience it all of the time, allowing you an experience like no other neighborhood in the city. If youíre curious for more wonderful park areas, the Hudson River Park is a great way to get close to the cityís main water way and also take a break from the busy nature of Manhattan.
Chelsea also has a reputation for having some of the cityís cheapest eats, with places such as the Salumeria Biellese giving you the best sandwiches you can find in NYC, hands down. Being in the neighborhood also means youíre in close proximity to wonderful museums such as the Rubin Museum of Art and other local art galleries, meaning that youíll never run out of things to do for cultural exchange. If you donít mind walking, youíre also very close to NYC staples such as the Empire State Building and the Flatiron Building, spots where you can truly come in contact with some of the cityís impressive architectural history.