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Please note: PLEASE NOTE: The High Line's northernmost section—from 30th Street and 11th Avenue to 34th Street between 11th Avenue and 12th Avenue — will be temporarily closed from Monday, August 17 through Monday, September 21, for some maintenance work on the Interim Walkway. The rest of the park will remain open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Learn more

The High Line Blog

  • Related Unveils Hudson Yards Designs

    Last week The New York Observer (and later, Curbed) published new renderings of Related's proposed development at the rail yards. The slideshow includes this image of one of the renderings showing the High Line on the Eastern Rail Yards, with the caption, "Long Live the High Line." This ... read more
  • Opening the High Line after Sunday's Blizzard

    High Line staff began clearing the park's paths before sunrise. They worked throughout the morning until we could open to the public.  Prepping the High Line for opening after Sunday's blizzard was no easy feat. Our Maintenance & Operations staff arrived at 4:30 AM this morning, before da... read more
  • Take a Tour of Section 2

    Here's an advance look at Section 2, the new part of the High Line that will extend the park all the way to West 30th Street and open next spring. Join us for a virtual tour of some of Section 2's most exciting design features. We're grateful to all our supporters for making this possible. ... read more
  • Take a Tour of Section 2

    Here's an advance look at Section 2, the new part of the High Line that will extend the park all the way to West 30th Street and open next spring. Join us for a virtual tour of some of Section 2's most exciting design features. We're grateful to all our supporters for making this possible. ... read more
  • Take a Tour of Section 2

    Here's an advance look at Section 2, the new part of the High Line that will extend the park all the way to West 30th Street and open next spring. Join us for a virtual tour of some of Section 2's most exciting design features. We're grateful to all our supporters for making this possible. ... read more
  • Winter Landscapes on the High Line

    Grasses on the High Line show a multitude of colors during the colder seasons. Photo by Rich Nacin.  If you visit the High Line during the coming months, you'll find its wintry surroundings to be a place that offers quiet, restful reflection. While autumn's landscape was marked by bold, f... read more
  • Section 2: Seating Steps and Lawn Come Together

    The Seating Steps and Lawn will be a central gathering spot when Section 2 opens in the spring.  Crews have finished rolling out the sod on what will be the High Line's first lawn—a 4,900 square foot swath of inviting turf in Section 2. The Lawn is located between West 22nd and West 23rd... read more
  • My High Line: A New Photo Book

    A photograph from My High Line, Joan Garvin's new book that captures the High Line's first year.  We love this book! Self-published by Joan Garvin, a neighborhood resident and High Line supporter, My High Line documents Section 1 during its first year as a public park through a beautiful ... read more
  • Composer Turns the High Line into a Piece of Music

    UPDATE: Now you can listen to an excerpt of Francis' High Line online. Click here to listen. If you had to describe the High Line with music, how would it sound? Find out on Friday at Carnegie Hall, where the American Composer’s Orchestra will premiere Ryan Francis’ High Line, a musical c... read more
  • A Giant Model of the High Line Made by Kids

    Carol Levitt's second grade class at the Village Community School used the High Line to study a number of topics this past spring. One element was this structure, which the class constructed as a model of the structure in its current use as a public park.  The High Line is more than place... read more