Central Business District
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Chelsea Market is one of the most recognizable indoor food halls in the world. Located on the border of Manhattan’s West Chelsea and Meatpacking districts, it includes restaurants, food stalls, and shops below office space and television production facilities. Owned by Jamestown Properties since 1997, Chelsea Market currently includes over 1.2 million square feet (111,484 sq m) of space, with 40,500 square feet (3,763 sq m) devoted to food provision. The food hall includes more than 55 vendors and sees an average of over 9 million visitors per year (approximately 28,000–35,000 daily). The overall development incorporates 17 historic buildings, including a former Nabisco factory complex. All office traffic enters through the market, further adding to the vibrancy of the space.
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Features and Innovations:
Financial contributions to grow the field of local food producers and chefs; Raw food providers; A wide variety of locally prepared food