The High Line Blog

  • A Special Thanks

    The High Line's Washington Grasslands. Photo by Elizabeth Barlow Rogers  Last month, The Foundation for Landscape Studies awarded Friends of the High Line Co-Founders Joshua David and Robert Hammond with their Place Maker Award. The Award goes to individuals who "used design, imagination,... read more
  • Faces on the High Line

    New York City attracts all types, and the High Line is no exception. People-watching is one of our favorite activities while reclining on the lounge chairs on Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck, or eating lunch in the 10th Avenue Square. You hear all kinds of accents and languages, and se... read more
  • Last Call for Submissions to ArtBridge 2010/2011 Exhibition

    Update! Submission deadline for the www.art-bridge.org. read more
  • Mayor Presents Award to Friends of the High Line

    Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg presents Friends of the High Line with the Doris C. Freedman Award. Click to view a slideshow of the event. Photos by Spencer Tucker and Joan Garvin We are pleased to announce that Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg presented the Doris C. Freedman Award to Friends of the Hig... read more
  • Two Recent Awards for the High Line

    Northern Spur Preserve The High Line project is unique in so many ways. Not only is it an elevated promenade, an original 1930s structure, and a veritable planting oasis, making the park one-of-a-kind, the High Line racks up awards in various categories. On June 2 and June 7, the High Line pro... read more
  • Two Recent Awards for the High Line

    Northern Spur Preserve The High Line project is unique in so many ways. Not only is it an elevated promenade, an original 1930s structure, and a veritable planting oasis, making the park one-of-a-kind, the High Line racks up awards in various categories. On June 2 and June 7, the High Line pro... read more
  • Two Recent Awards for the High Line

    Northern Spur Preserve The High Line project is unique in so many ways. Not only is it an elevated promenade, an original 1930s structure, and a veritable planting oasis, making the park one-of-a-kind, the High Line racks up awards in various categories. On June 2 and June 7, the High Line pro... read more
  • HOMU and the High Line

    The Homeless Museum Both the Whitney Museum and Dia will be erecting major new buildings in the High Line neighborhood in the not-too-distant future. In the meantime, New Yorkers can visit The Homeless Museum (or HOMU for short), which has been setting up shop across from the 20th St. entrance... read more
  • Wandering Band on the High Line

    The Chelsea Grasslands as imagined with Wandering Band musicians. Original Photo By Rik Panganiban and Adapted By Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria.  Because the High Line was designed to be an open space for all people to enjoy, and because art, in general, makes our brains happy, we're looki... read more
  • High Line Celebrates Its One-Year Anniversary

    Click this image to view full slideshow of a Year in Pictures. First photo by Iwan Baan.  A Year in Pictures It's been a year! One year ago today, the first section of the High Line opened to the public. The High Line's first year as a public park has been extraordinary, with more than two... read more