Over the past decade, the West Chelsea and Meatpacking District submarket has become one of Manhattan’s trendiest and most highly trafficked retail and office destinations, ushering in a more inviting and high profile mix of businesses and cultural attractions to the Property’s immediate area. A top destination for culture, art, high-end residential and hotel development, the thriving 24/7 neighborhood is now an around-the-clock destination fueled by Manhattan’s most diverse and exciting destinations including: Chelsea Market (6 million visitors per year), High Line Park (5 million visitors per year), Whitney Museum (1 million visitors per year), Hudson River Park, Little Island, the Standard Hotel, Gansevoort Hotel, Chelsea Piers, SoHo House, Apple Store and Google’s East Coast HQ. No other neighborhood in Manhattan has as many 24/7 demand drivers.
Annual visitors to chelsea market
Annual visitors to nearby high line
Annual ridership at nearby subway stations
Annual visitors anticipated to Whitney Museum of American Art
within 10 block radius
Square feet of office space in the MPD submarket