About the Neighborhood

Industrious since the 1800s, this neighborhood above the West Village and below Chelsea is equally known for never-ending nightlife and continual reinvention. Meatpacking’s first spurt of gentrification came in the 1990s, followed by a 2000-era transformation courtesy of The High Line and loyal locals like Diane von Furstenberg—whose gleaming glass home, office and New York flagship are in one building on 14th and Washington. Meatpacking’s most recent boost owes to the Whitney Museum's relocation: the home of American art has moved to a graduated Renzo Piano-designed building at the foot of The High Line.

Up-all-night dancing’s the specialty of clubs around Gansevoort Street.

A cool mini department store with a DJ-spun soundtrack.

Meatpacking’s maze of stone streets fill with revelers after dark.

The area’s airy brick meatpacking plants now house boutiques, restaurants and bars.

Hogs and Heifers is an all-walks-of-life kind of NYC bar.

A three-story glass staircase cuts through 14th Street’s Apple Store.

The Whitney Museum’s downtown move is a major neighborhood coup.

The stylish Standard Hotel straddles the High Line.

A members’-only club for creatives on 9th Avenue.

Shops stocked with Theory, Catherine Malandrino and Louboutin are clustered around Gansevoort’s cobblestones.


Core Exclusives in this Neighborhood

  • 74 Bank Street


    74 Bank Street

    5 Beds / 3.5 Baths


  • 65 Morton Street, 5K


    65 Morton Street, 5K

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

    Open House:Sun, Apr 2nd, 11:30 - 1:00


  • 27 Bank Street, TOWNHOUSE


    27 Bank Street, TOWNHOUSE

    5 Beds / 5 Baths


  • 166 Perry Street, 4B


    166 Perry Street, 4B

    2 Beds / 2 Baths


  • 99 Jane Street, 4F


    99 Jane Street, 4F

    2 Beds / 2 Baths


  • 22 Leroy Street, 13


    22 Leroy Street, 13

    1 Bed / 1 Bath