You can nominate and vote for a person who you would like to see commemorated in a sculpture on the High Line.
How would you like to see a sculpture of your favorite person grace the High Line?
For thousands of years, people have been erecting monuments of public figures in parks. Isn’t it tim...
High Line staffer Sarah enjoys a treat from High Line Food vendor La Newyorkina. Photo by Jenna Saraco
Today we celebrated the mouth-watering reopening of High Line Food!
It’s exciting to see returning and new vendors’ carts bustling with activity as delicious tacos, BBQ, gelato, popsicles, ...
Frank Benson, Human Statue (Jessie), 2011. Photo by Timothy Schenck. Courtesy of Friends of the High Line.
Spring has sprung and with it, new sculptures are sprouting up and down the High Line. Today is the first day High Line Art’s newest HIGH LINE COMMISSION, Busted, a thoughtful and often h...
Master instructor Laurie Cole gets cyclists’ heart pumping beneath the blue lighting of the Chelsea Market Passage at West 16th Street. Photo by Liz Ligon
One hundred cyclists took part in a “cardio party” on the High Line last Thursday night, enjoying special a SoulCycle ride to benefit Friends...
The High Line’s spring landscape is characterized by bunches of colorful spring bulbs, like Hawera daffodils.
The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew up between rail tracks after the trains stopped running in the 1980s. Today, the High Line includes mo...
The High Line’s commitment to innovative design and sustainability is reflected in each of our items. Photo by Sari Goodfriend
Now you can get those cool magnets you’ve been eyeing without having to spring for shipping. Boasting an array of new items, the High Line Shop Carts will reopen Tuesday...
View looking east, at 11th Avenue and West 30th Street. Before and after on the High Line at the Rail Yards. Along the straightaway between 10th and 11th Avenues, the self-seeded landscape is being removed to make way for the park’s new design features, but it will remain untouched on the western...
A red-breasted American robin perches on historic rail tracks along the High Line. Photo by Juan Valentin
The signs of spring are all around us at the High Line. Trees are budding and new spring blooms are popping up daily. And, if you look carefully, there is also a renewed flurry of feathered...
Our new video series My High Line highlights the many uses of the High Line, and the people who call it their own.
The inaugural video portrait features Gammy Miller, a High Line Volunteer and long-time resident of the West Village.
Join us after the jump to discover her High Line.