We're not quite done having fun with the new average price for a Manhattan apartment, roughly?gulp?$1.7 million. Last weekend, we looked at what that amount would show you in Manhattan's priciest enclave, Tribeca. This week, we head a little north, to a little neighborhood in the throws of overdevelopment called Chelsea. Click through the gallery to get all the deets on some Sunday open houses in the neighborhood at right around that $1.7 million magic number. We're not sure what we've learned from this exercise, but we have reinforced something we already knew: no one writes an apartment description like Darren Sukenik.
· Weekend Open House Tour Archives [Curbed]