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Erika Harvey
Treasure & Bond, a new boutique in SoHo, puts a twist on the traditional retail concept by donating 100% of its profits to charities benefiting children in New York City. Image Courtesy of Treasure & Bond.

There is a new way to give back to the High Line and the kids in New York City.

Treasure & Bond, a new boutique in SoHo, is donating its store profits between February and the end of April to benefit family programs at Friends of the High Line.

Erika Harvey
High Line Facebook fans chose Justin Lintz's nightscape to be the next High Line Print.

Last month we asked for your help choosing the next High Line Print for our merchandise program that supports the High Line’s maintenance and operations.

Drawing from a wealth of vibrant photographs in the High Line Flickr Pool, we narrowed it down to five of our favorites, and we asked you to help pick the winner.

More than 1,000 fans on Facebook voted for their favorite photograph, selecting an enchanting nightscape by Justin Lintz as the next High Line Print.

Follow us after the jump for more examples of Justin’s great work.

Sanaya Kaufman
EnlargeCharles Nolan High Line tote

A new piece of High Line Merchandise, this fantastic canvas and leather High Line logo tote by Charles Nolan, located in the neighborhood at 30 Gansevoort Street.

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