Monday, February 8, 2016
The Atelier is located in the heart of the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood in Manhattan, the fastest growing area of the city. Also known as Clinton and Midtown West, Hell’s Kitchen stretches from 34th street up to 59th street and from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River. It is full of residencies, businesses, companies, doctor’s offices, and fun things to do.
With its close proximity to Broadway theaters, the Atelier in Hell’s Kitchen is the perfect conveniently located place for Broadway actors who are looking for a place to stay while they are performing.
Hell’s Kitchen is a quaint neighborhood that is located close to many great amenities such as Columbus Circle, Central Park, Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, the High Line, The Javits Convention Center, and the Hudson River. It’s ideal for residents of the Atelier to be close by, yet slightly removed, from so many great and useful places.
For those working in Midtown Manhattan, or really anywhere in the city, the 7-train is conveniently located just a few blocks from the Atelier, allowing you to connect to almost any other Manhattan subway line, or easily get across town.
Currently, many people are flocking to Hell’s Kitchen, including current New York City residents that are moving from other areas of the city, even from the neighboring Chelsea neighborhood.
Hell’s Kitchen is home to Restaurant Row, which is located on West 46th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues. It got its name as the result of the abundance of restaurants that are located there. Specifically, it is known for its many ethnic restaurants. You can find food such as Caribbean, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Irish, Mexican, Thai, Afghan, Argentine, Ethiopian, Peruvian, Turkish, Indian, Pakistani, and Vietnamese. No matter what type of food you are looking to get, it is definitely near the Atelier.
Over the course of the next few years, Hell’s Kitchen is expected to grow even more with the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project, which is a mixed-use real estate development. It is expected to consist of 16 skyscrapers that will contain new office, residential and retail space. The neighborhood will see new shopping opportunities pop up, some great new local bars, delicious restaurants, more parks, a cultural center and additional schools come into being over the next few years, As part of this revitalization, the 7 train was extended to the 34th Street- Hudson Yards Station, at 34th Street and 11th Avenue.
With the upgrades that have already happened and the planned renovations for the neighborhood, it is clear that Hell’s Kitchen is the perfect neighborhood to be in. The residents at the Atelier have everything they need within a short distance away. The amenities just keep piling up!