Take a city map. Put a pin on the place where you want to live. That’s 225 West 28th Street. Surrounded by everything you love about New York: Chelsea, NoMad, the Gallery District, the High Line.
A neighborhood to never stop exploring. Townhouse blocks with brownstone stoops and blooming flower boxes. The High Line, an art-centric elevated pedestrian boulevard. Homegrown eateries and coffee shops. Flanked by the blockbuster shows at the Whitney Museum of American Art on one end and the Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards on the other.
You can see and smell the creativity. This significant street has been home to the Flower District and is now surrounded cheek to cheek by New York’s most indemand restaurants, gallerists, epicurean markets, and style retailers.
Daniel Humm. Jean-Georges Vongerichten. David Chang. The city’s best bagel. Fresh lobster. Farm-to-table produce. Do you like to cook? Or just eat? Either way, 225 West 28th Street is at the culinary forefront. Daily excursions to Chelsea Market. Whole Foods Market just blocks away. Morning latte at Stumptown. Dinner date at Cookshop. Art conversations in the back garden at Bottino. Too many local coffee purveyors to choose from. Life is truly a feast of options.