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 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 head house that connects them, Chelsea Piers features the following sports and entertainment venues, including: the Golf Club, the Field House, Sky Rink, Chelsea Piers Fitness, and Bowlmor at Chelsea Piers; the Pier Sixty, Lighthouse, and Current event centers; along with Silver Screen Studios and the Maritime Center at Chelsea Piers.
In July 2012, Chelsea Piers Connecticut opened in Stamford, Connecticut. It was developed and is managed by the same management team that built and currently manages the Chelsea Piers Sports and Entertainment complex in New York City. Sports facilities at Chelsea Piers Connecticut include indoors courts & fields, tennis and squash, an Olympic-sized indoor pool, two ice rinks, a Ninja + Parkour Training Center, and a full service fitness club. Additional facilities include the Adventure Center with trampolines, batting cages and a rock wall, a Dance Academy and the Loft event space. Programming is led by top-notch coaches and instructors in every sport offered — these professionals are not only experts in their respective sport, but are also highly gifted teachers who know how to work with athletes of all ages.
In June 2018, Chelsea Piers opened its first stand-alone fitness club, Chelsea Piers Fitness in Downtown Brooklyn. The 52,000 square foot space at 265 Schermerhorn Street joins the rebranded 150,000 square foot fitness club in Chelsea. The Chelsea Piers Fitness brand redefines the traditional gym experience, incorporating state-of-the art training options, studio-quality class experiences, open creative spaces, unique design and first-rate customer service. The clubs offer a wide array of traditional fitness options such as hot yoga, Pilates, cycle, strength and cardio as well as sports specific fitness options like swimming, boxing, rock climbing, basketball, and sand volleyball.