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Soil for the planting beds is set to be delivered this month on Section One. In anticipation of soil, the beds are now being lined with layers of the "Living Roof" system.
The first layer to be installed: The drainage panel, a black plastic cell system, provides a criti...
Today's New York Times Metro section featured a profile of Co-Founders Robert Hammond and Josh David in the "Public Lives" column.
On the 1999 Community Board meeting where the two met, and first learned about the High Line:
ALTHOUGH neither had previously experienced a deep emotional or aesth...
The first of a weekly blog series by our horticulturist Melissa Fisher:
Eupatorium rugosum at Greenbelt Native Plant Center
Recently, we rode the ferry across to Staten Island and traveled by taxi to one of the Parks Department's best-kept secrets, the Greenbelt Native Plant Center.
Sustainable South Bronx (SSBx), the Bronx-based non-profit, announced today that Founder and environmental justice champion Majora Carter will be stepping down from her post as Executive Director.
Deputy Director Miquela Craytor has been promoted to fill her rather large shoes and will continue...
Bike-Sharing in Lyon, France. Courtesy Time Out New York
Thanks to Mayor Bloomberg's PlaNYC the new DOT Commissioner, and Transportation Alternatives, New York is becoming a more bike-friendly city, and more and more people are starting to bike regularly. Up next could be a bike-sharing p...
This Wednesday, July 9, the new Gansevoort Plaza will play host to a free musical "be-in" featuring songs from the classic counter-cultural musical Hair. The performance is a collaboration between the Theory Icon Project and the Public Theater, which is staging Hair, on its 40th anniversary, as p...
Trains stopped running on the High Line in 1980, but it turns out the party was far from over. We direct you to the amazing Art of Noise video for the 1984 single "Close (To the Edit)."
Marvel as a mulleted demon child and team of highwater-wearing accomplices deconstruct and set fire to a grand...
We throw a good party! This is the Kitchen High LineBlock Party last year
Come celebrate the launch of our new design publication on July 30 under the High Line!
We'll toast the publication of Designing the High Line with music (and hopefully dancing) by Michael Arenella & his Dreamland Orches...
The High Line is well on its way to becoming New York's first park in the sky, with plants taking root in late summer and the first section on schedule to open by the end of 2008. Keep up to date with the High Line's progress here on the Blog, written by Friends of the High Line's staff members: