August 7, 2020

Inside Track: High Line Network

Leaders from High Line Network projects discuss equitable development in their own cities and within the infrastructure reuse field as a whole.

Inside Track: High Line Network

August 7, 2020

Leaders from High Line Network projects discuss equitable development in their own cities and within the infrastructure reuse field as a whole.

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June 29, 2020

Building Community

By High Line

We’re expanding the High Line Network and growing our community of leaders to build better and more equitable cities.

Building Community

By High Line | June 29, 2020

We’re expanding the High Line Network and growing our community of leaders to build better and more equitable cities.

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May 28, 2020

Inside Track: Art in Times of Crisis

Cecilia Alemani, Donald R. Mullen, Jr. Director & Chief Curator of High Line Art, and artist Jordan Casteel discuss the power of art in challenging...

Inside Track: Art in Times of Crisis

May 28, 2020

Cecilia Alemani, Donald R. Mullen, Jr. Director & Chief Curator of High Line Art, and artist Jordan Casteel discuss the power of art in challenging times.

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May 11, 2020

Reimagining Public Space: Getting to Know the High Line Network

The High Line Network, why equitable public space matters, and the power of collective thinking.

Reimagining Public Space: Getting to Know the High Line Network

May 11, 2020

The High Line Network, why equitable public space matters, and the power of collective thinking.

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May 8, 2020

Inside Track: Garden Resiliency

Robert Hammond and Eric Rodriguez talk about the issues facing our gardens and plans to keep them thriving.

Inside Track: Garden Resiliency

May 8, 2020

Robert Hammond and Eric Rodriguez talk about the issues facing our gardens and plans to keep them thriving.

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October 3, 2019

New Monuments for New Cities and Imagining Memorials for Today

By High Line Art and High Line Network

With historical evolution, we get to imagine who becomes landmark.

New Monuments for New Cities and Imagining Memorials for Today

By High Line Art and High Line Network | October 3, 2019

With historical evolution, we get to imagine who becomes landmark.

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September 22, 2017

Map Your High Line Memories

Maps are mini-stories. They tell a journey. They record history. They define a space. And what’s remarkable is how people can experience that same...

Map Your High Line Memories

September 22, 2017

Maps are mini-stories. They tell a journey. They record history. They define a space. And what’s remarkable is how people can experience that same space in completely different ways. We invite you to create your own High Line map....

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June 20, 2017

Introducing the High Line Network

Twenty years ago, transforming an industrial relic into a public park seemed like a far-fetched idea. But by collaborating with an array of community...

Introducing the High Line Network

June 20, 2017

Twenty years ago, transforming an industrial relic into a public park seemed like a far-fetched idea. But by collaborating with an array of community leaders, organizations, elected officials, and supporters, we were able to create an...

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March 1, 2017

High Line Magazine: Creating a More Equitable High Line

By Danya Sherman

In this issue of the High Line Magazine, we’re focusing on data. But data, at its heart, tells stories—and sometimes the stories of individuals...

High Line Magazine: Creating a More Equitable High Line

By Danya Sherman | March 1, 2017

In this issue of the High Line Magazine, we’re focusing on data. But data, at its heart, tells stories—and sometimes the stories of individuals can be just as rich and meaningful as a set of numbers. When Friends of the High...

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February 8, 2017

High Line Magazine: Arts & Culture for All

By Andrea Louie

In my mind, the day was hot. I was walking down the street with my Chinese parents in the small Ohio town where we lived. It was the early 1970s....

High Line Magazine: Arts & Culture for All

By Andrea Louie | February 8, 2017

In my mind, the day was hot. I was walking down the street with my Chinese parents in the small Ohio town where we lived. It was the early 1970s. Perhaps we were at an intersection, waiting to cross. Perhaps we were on the way to...

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