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Chelsea Piers

Sports & Entertainment Complex

Final Chelsea Piers Lease

The Hudson River Park Trust approved the Final Lease with Chelsea Piers on May 19, 2022.  A copy of the Final Lease approved by the HRPT Board of Directors that includes new Section 9.3 and Exhibits M and N is available in the links below.

Notice of Public Review of the Proposed Lease for Chelsea Piers 

The Trust has commenced the Significant Action public review process for the Proposed Lease for the premises known as Chelsea Piers, including Piers 59, 60, 61 and the Headhouse. A copy of the Proposed Lease and the public notice are available in the links below. 

The public comment period runs from February 11, 2022 to April 26, 2022. All written comments must be received at the Trust’s office by 4:00 PM on April 26. Comments should be emailed to

A public hearing was held on March 22, 2022 from 4:30 PM–6:30 PM. See details here.  

The Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex is a 28-acre waterfront sports village. This privately-financed project opened in 1995, transforming several original, but long-neglected, piers into a premier center for recreation and waterfront access. 


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Chelsea Piers Today

Situated on Piers 59, 60 and 61 and in the head house that connects them, Chelsea Piers features numerous sports and entertainment venues, for golf, rock climbing, field sports, ice skating, fitness and even bowling.  In addition, the complex also includes several event spaces, along with Silver Screen Studios and a commercial marina with both excursion and private boats. 


In the early days, as docks for the famed White Star and Cunard lines, the Chelsea Piers welcomed most of the world’s great liners. Sometimes, in the afternoons, one could see as many as twenty stacks, as five liners prepared to sail on the evening tide. In 2018, the Trust completed a public process that resulted in the sale of unused development rights from Chelsea Piers. Learn more here. Read more about Chelsea Pier’s history here