Neighborhood residents are speaking out against a budding plan by Chelsea Market owner Jamestown Properties to build towers atop the complex. Evidently, local penthouse owners (whose lives must be pretty rough) had to draw the line somewhere.
Jamestown’s plan would stack two new multi-story spaces on top of the complex. Above the 10th Read More
One late winter afternoon at Chelsea Market, Sarma Melngailis was mulling potential colors for the sign outside her new raw vegan juice bar and takeaway, One Lucky Duck, which had since Nov. 30 inhabited an airy space with its own entrance on 15th Street. “If you have everything green related to a vegan juice bar Read More
75 Ninth Avenue
Anthropologie is the kind of store that specializes in turning products into feelings—the feeling, for instance, that each of its shoppers embodies a high-femme ideal of ruffled, insouciant originality—while inescapably exposing those feelings as fantasies. Of course, it’s hardly a novel trick, marketers tapping into consumers’ readiness to buy a feeling. Read More
Tomorrow morning, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, State Senator Tom Duane and Rob Walsh, Commissioner of Small Business Services, will place 10 candles on a giant market-shaped cake in honor of the Chelsea Market’s birthday. The festivities will also include free product samples and live music.
It all starts at 11:30 at the Chelsea Market Read More
Google is officially expanding its presence in Chelsea.
The Observer has learned that the California-based search engine giant recently closed on 130,000 square feet of space at Chelsea Market at 75 Ninth Avenue – directly across the street from the 360,000 square feet that they already have at 76 Ninth Avenue.
The Read More