Situated at the intersection of Hudson Yards, Chelsea, and Hell’s Kitchen.

Neighborhood

Nestled between Hudson Yards, the vibrant Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods, 445 is closely connected to west side parks, recreational activities, bicycle routes, shopping, nightlife, dining and more.

Manhattan’s most recently constructed neighborhood, Hudson Yards, showcases the convergence of class, culture, and radiant architecture intermixed with outdoor space and sustainable design. Hudson Yards’ enviable neighborhood is home to posh offices, fine dining, and distinguished residences in an elevated atmosphere, while connected to Manhattan’s west side parks and the Hudson River.

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Chelsea features an array of comfortable cafes, hip bars, trendy restaurants, and distinguished retailers, most notably the famed Chelsea Market and Chelsea Piers. Highly regarded as Manhattan’s cultural art center, Chelsea is home to a variety of prestigious art galleries as well as an entertainment scene. Ranging from quiet,tree-lined townhouse blocks to the excitement of Chelsea’s West 23rd Street, this energetic neighborhood is the ideal combination of comfort, convenience, and culture.

Hell’s Kitchen boasts a blend of desirable restaurant options along with classic pubs, local delis, cozy coffee shops, and tasty eateries. Closely connected to Broadway theaters and lively entertainment, Hell’s Kitchen’s cohesive community remains strong to their eclectic roots and is a thriving metropolis for music, art, dance, and culture.

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