Gallery: EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Section 2 of the High Line Officially Opens!

Photo by Leonel Ponce for Inhabitat
As you approach the 30th Street end from the south, you come to the long radial bench made from reclaimed teak that follows the curve of the park. The designers feel that the bench will become a well-known meeting spot on the High Line, given its appeal and proximity to the 30th Street entrance.

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  1. dnewcum July 1, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    What are the names of the trees and shrubs planted on the High Line? I was just there and am wondering about a specific tree. Someone said it was a smoke tree.

  2. kiangoh June 8, 2011 at 7:52 pm

    Thanks for the great photos and really extensive write-up! I think the new section looks great. I have some thoughts on some of the socio-economic and privatization issues. My thoughts on the High Line and other NYC parks here: http://mvmtbldg.wordpress.com/2011/06/08/what-kind-of-park/