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About Manhattan's Meatpacking District
The Meatpacking District is located on Manhattan’s Lower West Side between Gansevoort Street and W 14th Street between the Hudson River and Hudson Street. Although once the centerplace of New York’s packing plants and slaughterhouses, the area has become, like the adjacent neighborhood of Chelsea, a famous area for bars, clubs and other nightlife activities.


Big warehouses and large city blocks allow for spacious lofts. Famous designers and luxury brands have opened stores in the area. If you are looking for an office space in a trendy neighborhood with a young crowd, then an office in the Meatpacking District will meet your needs. Be a part of one of the most up and coming neighborhoods in New York City.

For further information about specific spaces and buildings in the area, call Prime Manhattan Realty at (212) 268-8043. We will find the perfect space for your needs at no cost! We will help to negotiate you an ideal lease agreement that will save you money and time.

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Meatpacking District Real Estate Guide

Locale Subway
East Side - L, N, Q, W, 4, 5, 6, R Trains to 14 Street / Broadway: Union Square Station
West Side - A, C, E, L Trains to 14 Street / 8 Avenue Station
1, 2, 3 Trains to 14 Street / 7 Avenue Station
F, V, L Trains to 14 Street / 6 Avenue Station

Meatpacking District Restaurants
9 9th Ave, New York, NY
Balthazar owner Keith McNally works his magic at this painstakingly French bistro in the Meatpacking District.

26 Little W 12th Street, New York, NY
The steakhouse meets the runway for sceney Meatpacking meat-feasting.

675 Hudson St, New York, NY
Approachable Italian eatery by day, swank Meatpacking District scene by night.

ONE Little West 12
1 Little W 12th St, New York, NY
Flashy Meatpacking digs ideal for a night of cocktails, snacking and taking in some serious eye candy.

Merkato 55
55 Gansevoort St, New York, NY
Aquavit's Marcus Samuelsson jet-sets from Sweden to Senegal.

Pop Burger
60 9th Ave, New York, NY
A mini-burger joint with a super-sized lounge scene.

Ono at Hotel Gansevoort
18 9th Ave, New York, NY
Trendy Japanese is what's for dinner at Jeffrey Chodorow's sceney Meatpacking District debut.

Los Dados
73 Gansevoort St, New York, NY
The name means "dice" in Spanish and chef Sue Torres is rolling for another Mexican winner in the Meatpacking District.

8 Little West 12th St, New York, NY
A hidden French find where wine carafes and irresistible crepes draw a fun crowd.

Meatpacking District Nightlife
Kiss & Fly
409 W 13th St, New York, NY
A flair for showmanship fuels this extravagant MePa dance club, providing fodder for the in-crowd and their hangers-on.

The Garden of Ono
18 9th Ave, New York, NY
Sultry and serene Asian-style digs set the scene at this hotel bar, where the carb-conscious can eat riceless sushi rolls inside or in an outdoor cabana.

419 W 13th St, New York, NY
Savvy clubbers can make themselves at home in this bar designed like a luxurious--you guessed it--apartment, complete with a nook of a side room and a bed.

Ara Wine Bar
24 9th Ave, New York, NY
Take a break from the loud, trendy places at this gem of a bar, where wine flows freely and you can hear yourself speak, making conversation with close friends a actual possibility.

26 Little W 12th St, New York, NY
Sexy and exclusive, this little lounge seduces a dance scene of socialites and Page Sixers.

Level V
675 Hudson St, New York, NY
This subterranean lounge is pure, decadent fun for the few who get in.

18 Little West 12th St, New York, NY
Tough luck for anyone not with the "private party" at this brilliantly designed club.

Brass Monkey
55 Little West 12th Street, New York, NY
Just what the Meatpacking District needed: a relaxed pub for a beer and a bite.

Hogs & Heifers
859 Washington St, New York, NY
This dive is a departure from the fancy club formula for girls and guys looking to let loose--beer in hand, not cosmo.

18 9th Ave, New York, NY
Panoramic views and endless buzz attract a mixed crowd to this stylish hotel rooftop lounge.

Meatpacking District Parks and Recreation
The Highline, a rusty, 75-year-old elevated railway that hovers over the Meatpacking District, was a candidate for demolition as recently as 2000. But a group of preservationists called Friends of the Highline have ensured that the 35-foot-high structure will soon see new life as a 1.5-mile long public park. The city is currently considering design proposals, and hopes to finish New York’s newest stretch of open-space in 2006.

Meatpacking District Landmarks and History
The Meatpacking District, officially known as Gansevoort Market, and also known as MePa, is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan. This district has been bustling for more than 150 years. Formerly a site of Dutch and Indian trading, this area was location of Fort Gansevoort, a number of historic markets, rail lines and the Hudson River piers. Since the 1930's this area has primarily housed meatpackers servicing the city.

Meatpacking District Area Scene
West 14th Street, the Meatpacking District’s main artery, has turned into a Rodeo Drive of sorts, albeit one surrounded by animal carcasses. A stroll down W. 14th St., between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, takes one past the New York outposts of such familiar fashion labels as Stella McCartney, Jeffrey, Alexander McQueen (pictured), Yigal Azrouel, and Carlos Miele. Bring your plastic.