Chelsea has had quite a storied past, from deadly riots to the "West Side Cowboys" to a two-century-old Masonic Lodge.
The Beat Generation left their impact on New York City by frequenting bars, disrupting social norms, and immortalizing the city in writing.
In the book Hotel Chelsea: Living in the Last Bohemian Haven, photographer Colin Miller and writer Ray Mock interviewed and
Take a little piece of the Chelsea Hotel home with you as an auction house is selling 55 of its original doors, which are linked to New York City celebrities.
Here's your Untapped guide to Chelsea, featuring our favorite hidden gems, trendy eateries and some of New York City's most popular and fantastic creations.
New York City is a hub of community and collaboration for people around the world. It's no surprise that many famous figures formed formidable friendships here.
Discover the NYC homes and haunts of 10 famous poets, from Allen Ginsberg to Patti Smith to Walt Whitman, Henry David Thoreau and the Beat Generation writers.
We trace Patti Smith's trail through the East Village, Greenwich Village and Chelsea, when she fed off the inspiration of the artists and musicians around her.
Artists and writers have flocked to the cultural hub that is NYC over the years. The homes of Edith Wharton, Truman Capote, Marcel Duchamp can still be visited.