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It is a park built on an old elevated train line, which was inaugurated in 1934. Something that was supposed to be abandoned and demolished, has become a space used by locals and tourists. It's a cool spot and it brings new perspectives to the city.
Chelsea Market was Nabisco's old factory. And it was in this factory that Nabisco created the Oreo in 1912 - and the Nabisco plate is still there, just past the main entrance. Today, Chelsea Market houses 58 shops and restaurants.
If you're passionate about coffee, you'll want to stop by at Starbucks Reserve. The place is huge, featuring bars for coffees, cocktails, and pastries.
With 9 floors, the museum is dedicated to contemporary American art, with a special focus on works by living artists. The place also has a rooftop with breathtaking views.
RH is a curator of design, taste and style in the luxury lifestyle market, offering furniture, lighting, textiles, rugs, bathware, décor and outdoor, as well as baby & child and teen products. You should also stop by the restaurant, on the rooftop.
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