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November 18, 2022

High Line Network Symposium: Inspiration and Conversations from Miami

By Asima Jansveld, High Line Network

Discover lessons learned from the High Line Network symposium: Forward Spaces: Technology & the Future of Infrastructure Reuse.

High Line Network Symposium: Inspiration and Conversations from Miami

By Asima Jansveld, High Line Network | November 18, 2022

Discover lessons learned from the High Line Network symposium: Forward Spaces: Technology & the Future of Infrastructure Reuse.

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January 11, 2021

A Vision for New Connections

A new vision to increase pedestrian connectivity on the West Side.

A Vision for New Connections

January 11, 2021

A new vision to increase pedestrian connectivity on the West Side.

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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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November 5, 2019

We Came, We Talked, We Learned: The First High Line Network Symposium

By High Line Network

For two days in October, we gathered over 60 infrastructure reuse projects in New York City to discuss the role of public space as going beyond strictly...

We Came, We Talked, We Learned: The First High Line Network Symposium

By High Line Network | November 5, 2019

For two days in October, we gathered over 60 infrastructure reuse projects in New York City to discuss the role of public space as going beyond strictly economic impact.

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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 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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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 16, 2017

A Note from Robert Hammond

By Robert Hammond

Recently, I did an interview with CityLab about a new initiative we started called the High Line Network. I encourage you to read the entire piece as...

A Note from Robert Hammond

By Robert Hammond | February 16, 2017

Recently, I did an interview with CityLab about a new initiative we started called the High Line Network. I encourage you to read the entire piece as it outlines, rather nicely, a lot of the hard work we’re doing here at 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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February 1, 2017

High Line Magazine: A Skyscraper On Its Side

By Anton Egorov

If the High Line ran vertically, it would easily be the tallest building in the world. Here’s a new way to look at the High Line: by the numbers....

High Line Magazine: A Skyscraper On Its Side

By Anton Egorov | February 1, 2017

If the High Line ran vertically, it would easily be the tallest building in the world. Here’s a new way to look at the High Line: by the numbers. This infographic originally appeared last fall in the bi-annual High Line Magazine...

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