In the penthouse floor of one of Chelsea's premiere hotel, The Top of the Standard at the Standard Hotel is a dazzling space that boasts a seriously chic nightlife scene.
The interiors are the pinnacle of opulence and luxury, and the views are second to none.
Modeled after La Promenade Plantée in Paris, the High Line is a mile-long elevated public park built on abandoned railway tracks that runs along 10th Avenue between the Meatpacking District and the West 30s.
The path is punctuated with art installations and stop-offs for food, and the views of the Hudson River are spectacular—especially at sunset.
Located in the old Nabisco factory, Chelsea Market is an enclosed arcade of specialty shops and eateries.