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The High Line Blog

  • A Step Forward for the Jersey City Embankment

    A rendering imagines how the abandoned Jersey City railway could be converted into public space. Image by Roman Pohorecki.  Community members in Jersey City are celebrating a step forward toward the preservation of an elevated freight way similar to the High Line. Last Friday, a Federal ap... read more
  • Plant of the Week: Pallida Witch Hazel

    Pallida witch hazel produces vibrant yellow flowers early in the year. Photo by Joan Garvin.  The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that took root on the elevated rail tracks after the trains stopped running. The High Line includes more than 300 species ... read more
  • An elevated park à la française

    An illustration by designer and author Vahram Muratyan comparing the Promenade Plantée, or Coulée Verte, and the High Line. The illustration is part of his new book, Paris vs. New York: A Tally of Two Cities. Image courtesy of the author and Penguin Books.   Paris and New York — two cultu... read more
  • Photography: When Night Falls on the High Line

    With more than 1,500 contributors, the High Line Flickr Pool gathers some of the best photographs of the park. The images are displayed in a rotating gallery on our Web site, giving High Line fans from afar, or those stuck in the office, a great way to keep track of park life. On the blog, ... read more
  • A Play on Voyeurism

    Hyemi Cho’s portraits peek out of the windows of neighboring apartment buildings and playfully engage High Line visitors. Photo by Meg Kinney.  High Line visitors are often surprised to see smiling faces gazing back at them, and even waving, from the windows of neighboring buildings toward... read more
  • Plant of the Week: Jelena Witch Hazel

    This particular cultivar of witch hazel blooms in the winter when most other plants are dormant.   The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that took root on the elevated rail tracks after the trains stopped running. The High Line includes more than 300 spe... read more
  • Video: Black-Out on the High Line

    What is going on in this video? You might think the light show is part of a public art installation or ambiance for a dance party, but this is what it looks like in the moments before a black-out on the High Line. Managing one mile of park built on an elevated freight rail line presents... read more
  • Season’s First Snow and Heads Up on Snow Sculpt-Off

    The first snowfall of the year was an opportunity to take some great photos of the High Line. Photo by Joan Garvin  The first winter storm arrived in New York City on Saturday, blanketing the High Line with a light coating of snow. Our maintenance and operations staff arrived before dawn ... read more
  • Plant of the Week: 'The Blues' Little Bluestem

    Present throughout the park, ‘The Blues’ little bluestem is a wispy grass that produces fluffy silver seed heads that remain beautiful through the winter months.   The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that took root on the elevated rail tracks after the... read more
  • A New Mulch for the High Line

    On the Falcone Flyover, visitors can walk through lush foliage at canopy-level during the warmer months of the year. Current mulching efforts will mean healthier and more robust plants this upcoming summer. Photo by Iwan Baan  We are always looking for unique ways to minimize waste, culti... read more