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April 1, 2020

High Line Wallpapers for Video Calls

Whether you’re using video chatting for work or catching up with friends, we invite you to brighten up your background with a High Line photo.

High Line Wallpapers for Video Calls

April 1, 2020

Whether you’re using video chatting for work or catching up with friends, we invite you to brighten up your background with a High Line photo.

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January 6, 2020

“The Most Influential Architecture of the Decade Wasn’t a Building.”

By High Line

Our 2019 year in review and some things to come in the year ahead.

“The Most Influential Architecture of the Decade Wasn’t a Building.”

By High Line | January 6, 2020

Our 2019 year in review and some things to come in the year ahead.

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December 16, 2019

“The Best of Days”: Winter on the High Line

By High Line

Discover the best ways to enjoy the High Line this season.

“The Best of Days”: Winter on the High Line

By High Line | December 16, 2019

Discover the best ways to enjoy the High Line this season.

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December 12, 2019

The Fluffy Birds of Winter

By High Line

Why do birds look so fluffy in winter? Learn about cold season birds on the High Line.

The Fluffy Birds of Winter

By High Line | December 12, 2019

Why do birds look so fluffy in winter? Learn about cold season birds on the High Line.

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November 19, 2019

This Black Friday, #OptOutside

By High Line

2019 marks the fifth year that REI, one of the High Line’s longest partners, will close all of its locations on Black Friday, encouraging everyone to...

This Black Friday, #OptOutside

By High Line | November 19, 2019

2019 marks the fifth year that REI, one of the High Line’s longest partners, will close all of its locations on Black Friday, encouraging everyone to #OptOutside.

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November 12, 2019

A Brief History of Chelsea with a Long-Time Resident

By High Line

We interviewed 96 year-old Chelsea resident Rosanna Cox Zuckerman for her birthday, and learned much about the High Line’s neighborhood in the...

A Brief History of Chelsea with a Long-Time Resident

By High Line | November 12, 2019

We interviewed 96 year-old Chelsea resident Rosanna Cox Zuckerman for her birthday, and learned much about the High Line’s neighborhood in the process.

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November 7, 2019

The Language of the Land

By Meg Whiteford

This Native American Heritage month, we invite you to check out a short glossary of everyday words with Native American origins.

The Language of the Land

By Meg Whiteford | November 7, 2019

This Native American Heritage month, we invite you to check out a short glossary of everyday words with Native American origins.

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September 22, 2019

Autumn Guide to the High Line

By High Line

From films, community programs, and changing leaves: our favorite things this fall on the High Line.

Autumn Guide to the High Line

By High Line | September 22, 2019

From films, community programs, and changing leaves: our favorite things this fall on the High Line.

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September 21, 2019

Featured Plant: Sassafras

By High Line Gardens

This small tree, native to the eastern half of the United States, has a rich ethnobotanical history.

Featured Plant: Sassafras

By High Line Gardens | September 21, 2019

This small tree, native to the eastern half of the United States, has a rich ethnobotanical history.

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September 13, 2019

Featured Plant: the American Sweetgum

By High Line Gardens

The sweetgum is one of the climax canopy species of the High Line network of plants, shrubs, and trees.

Featured Plant: the American Sweetgum

By High Line Gardens | September 13, 2019

The sweetgum is one of the climax canopy species of the High Line network of plants, shrubs, and trees.

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