With Chelsea to the north and the West Village to the south, this incredibly fashionable – and tiny – 24-hour neighborhood is packed with artists and architects, super-chic hotels and restaurants, and the stylists to make them all look good. Faux-gritty Gansevoort Street runs right into the southern entrance to the High Line and the new Whitney Museum of American Art. Enough of the original meatpackers, cobblestones and old low-rise structures remain to give this dynamic area its unique and very trendy character.
One of the most creative gentrifications in NYC.
See and be seen, all day, all night.
Taking in the beautiful Hudson River light.
What's Not There
Peace and quiet.
BoundariesGansevoort St to 16th St8th Ave to the Hudson RiverPopulation Density81,163