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Chelsea is located on the west side of the island of Manhattan along the Hudson River. This culturally diverse neighborhood contains residential low rise and high rise buildings, museums, art galleries, business, shops, restaurants, and a variety of services. Chelsea also has a variety of veterinarians, groomers and pet stores in the area too choose from. Several restaurants in the neighborhood also provide pet-friendly outdoor seating, though seating can be limited, and is restricted to good weather in the summer months. 

Weather in Manhattan can be variable with overcast, rainy days, so check the forecast before heading out, in case an umbrella is in order. Also be aware that smog and pollution can play a factor in visibility and air quality in the area. Winter tends to be mild and walkable, so enjoy outings in Manhattan even during winter months. The temperature is usually above freezing, however, cold snaps, snow, and severe winter storms are possible so be aware of conditions.  

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Chelsea is primarily a residential area containing apartment blocks, tenements, townhouses, and row houses. There is a variety of architecture, from high rises to more moderate multi-family residences and commercial buildings of all shapes, and sizes. Chelsea is an economically and culturally diverse area, and many of the local buildings, businesses, shops, and restaurants reflect this diversity. Art galleries, specialty boutiques and eateries are plentiful in this colorful neighborhood, with lots to see and visit. 

Wide sidewalks with trees accommodate pedestrians and furry friends, providing shade and a place for local canines to relieve themselves. Remember to clean up after your pet; it’s the law and is respectful of other residents. Also, even though there are lots of parks, greenways, and wide pedestrian sidewalks in the area, dogs must be kept on a leash, 6 feet or shorter in length. Chelsea, like most of Manhattan, is a busy area and traffic and pedestrians are plentiful, so keeping your dog leashed also keeps him safe. This neighborhood is bordered on its west side by the Hudson River and associated piers, which are home to recreational facilities, parks, and sports facilities.

Greenways in Chelsea
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The Hudson River Greenway trail extends along the Hudson River on the eastern border of Chelsea. This continuous greenway provides access to the Chelsea piers, Pier 62 at Hudson River Park, and to the surrounding communities to the north and south. A great walking opportunity for locals and their dogs. Also present in this unique community is the High Line. This greenway is a public park located on the site of an old railway line and elevated above the streets of Chelsea.  A great pedway for you and your pup to enjoy, without having to worry about vehicle traffic and with unique perspectives on the community below.

For more dog specific, off-leash opportunities, there are several dog parks in Chelsea and the surrounding communities. The Chelsea Waterside Dog Park, Madison Square Dog Run, and West Village Dog Run are all located in the Chelsea area and provide local dog owners with the opportunity to exercise their pets off-leash and socialize with other dogs and local pet owners.

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