The High Line Blog

  • Snow Dragon Wins High Line Snow Sculpt-Off

    The snow dragon, built on the Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck by Gabriel Willow, Rebecca Pappas, and Raj Kottamasu, took first prize at yesterday's Sculpt-Off. Click the image above to watch a slideshow of photos from the event. Photo by Katy Gartside.  The stars were aligned for our first... read more
  • Digging Out after Yet Another Snowstorm

    Another overnight snow storm brought another round of early morning snow removal on the High Line. It was just last Friday that our Maintenance & Operations staff arrived before dawn to clear the High Line’s paths in time for visitors to enjoy the fresh snowfall. Today was no different. Th... read more
  • First-Ever High Line Snow Sculpt-Off

    Following a recent snowfall, a snowman enjoyed one of the High Line's "peel-up" benches. Photo by Joan Garvin.  It's snowing again in New York City. The forecast indicates we could get nearly a foot of snow midday tomorrow, and word from the High Line Gardeners is that the snow is perfect ... read more
  • New York Public Library Discussion on High Line Programs

    Tonight at the Mid-Manhattan Library, join Danya Sherman, Deputy Director of Programs & Education at the High Line, for a discussion about how the High Line's public programs are engaging the neighborhood. "I've seen the High Line change from a place we wanted to save that captured our imag... read more
  • CUNY Panel Discusses High Line's Impact

    What would Jane Jacobs think about the High Line? How can you re-create the success of the High Line in other places around the world? How does the High Line benefit New York City? These questions and more were discussed by Robert Hammond, executive director and co-founder of Friends of t... read more