As part of a multi-stage planning process leading to a design master plan for the High Line, Friends of the High Line (FHL) will hold an open community input session on October 28. There, FHL will solicit public comment on the design proposals created for Designing the High Line, the ideas competition FHL held earlier this year. We invite local residents and business-owners and all interested New Yorkers to come tell FHL which designs you liked (and which ones you didn’t like) and let us know what good ideas might have been missed by all 720 competition entrants. Public comment gathered at this event will be distilled into a list of community-mandated design guidelines that will be included in the Request for Proposals to be distributed to prospective design teams. This event offers High Line community members and the general public a valuable opportunity to register comments and ideas at the very start of the design process. We hope to see you there.
Tuesday, October 28 @ TIME TBA (Evening)
110 West 19th Street (6th/7th Avenues)
Please RSVP to Olivia Stinson via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will inform you of the meeting's start time in a future e-mail, or you can check the FHL Web site for updates.