About Chelsea Piers
The Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex is a 28-acre waterfront sports village located between 17th and 23rd Streets along Manhattan's Hudson River. This $120 million, privately-financed project opened in 1995, transforming four historic, but long-neglected, piers into a major center for public recreation and waterfront access. Situated on Piers 59, 60 and 61 and in the headhouse that connects them, the Complex features the following sports and entertainment venues:
- The Golf Club at Chelsea Piers LEARN MORE
- The Sports Center Health Club at Chelsea Piers LEARN MORE
- Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers LEARN MORE
- The Field House at Chelsea Piers LEARN MORE
- Bowlmor Chelsea Piers LEARN MORE
- PIER SIXTY at Chelsea Piers (Event Center) LEARN MORE
- THE LIGHTHOUSE at Chelsea Piers (Event Center) LEARN MORE
- CURRENT at Chelsea Piers (Event Center) LEARN MORE
- Chelsea Piers Maritime Center LEARN MORE
- Studios at Chelsea Piers LEARN MORE
In July 2012, Chelsea Piers expanded to a second location - Chelsea Piers Connecticut ("CPCT") in Stamford, Connecticut. The 400,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art sports and recreation facility located just off I-95 at Exit 9, consists of multiple sports facilities encompassing more than 20 sports. Like Chelsea Piers New York, CPCT combines athletic facilities with professional instruction to create the area's most dynamic sports programming for youths, teens and adults. LEARN MORE
Chelsea Piers is committed to operating the best amateur sports and entertainment complexes in the country, with state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge programming, first-rate instruction and a courteous, professional staff.
We are committed to making all guests feel welcome at Chelsea Piers and to providing an environment that is always CLEAN, SAFE, FRIENDLY and FUN.
Chelsea Piers aims to improve the quality of life of its clients and guests by providing a place for all — adults and children — to relax, play, learn and compete.
Chelsea Piers is located adjacent to Chelsea Cove Park, in the heart of Hudson River Park; the bikeway/walkway runs parallel to the Piers. The popular High Line is located one block east of Chelsea Piers.