Google Gobbles Up Former Nabisco Cookie Factory Near the High Line

Google Gobbles Up Former Nabisco Cookie Factory Near the High Line

Looks like Google’s got a taste for NYC’s sweet industrial buildings. The search engine giant has just scooped up yet another lease on a massive building at 85 Tenth Avenue, adjacent to the ever-popular High Line. The beautiful brick building, a former Nabisco

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Special Lecture: The High Line and Beyond

Special Lecture: The High Line and Beyond

As a principal at James Corner Field Operations, a landscape architecture and urban design firm, Lisa Switkin helps reimagine signature urban spaces, weaving natural and engineered ecosystems into vibrant green destinations. Learn how she creates these special

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The High Line’s Final Section Will Harken Back to a Wonderfully Wild Aesthetic

The High Line’s Final Section Will Harken Back to a Wonderfully Wild Aesthetic

The High Line at the Rail Yards seeks to preserve the untamed and self-seeded landscape that first inspired the founders of Friends of the High Line to protect the defunct elevated railway. Visitors can expect to be surrounded by a wonderfully wild and diverse

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Zaha Hadid Unveils Her First NYC Building and It Will Be Along the High Line

Zaha Hadid Unveils Her First NYC Building and It Will Be Along the High Line

Rendering courtesy of Related Companies

Iraqi starchitect Zaha Hadid recently unveiled a rendering of her first building in New York City – a boutique condominium next to the High Line. Residential developer Related Companies tapped the famous architect

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The High Line Hotel Will Breathe New Life into a Beautiful Chelsea Landmark

The High Line Hotel Will Breathe New Life into a Beautiful Chelsea Landmark

The General Theological Seminary’s campus occupies over half of 20th and 21st Streets, in between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Built in 1895, the complex originally housed students, and was meant to create an Oxford-like campus in the middle of the city. Featuring

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Fantastic Snow Sculptures Pop Up on the High Line After Winter Storm Nemo

Fantastic Snow Sculptures Pop Up on the High Line After Winter Storm Nemo

Winter storm Nemo provided snow sculptors with PLENTY of material for the High Line’s annual Sculpt-Off.  Living in a big city like New York, many of us don’t have the yard space (or really any outdoor space) to fully engage in winter time fun, so the

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Inhabitat Visits El Anatsui’s Upcycled Mirror and Tin Installation on the High Line (PHOTOS)

Inhabitat Visits El Anatsui’s Upcycled Mirror and Tin Installation on the High Line (PHOTOS)

The massive installation may be the High Line park’s biggest commission, stretching across the side of an entire building between West 21st and West 22nd Street. Anatsui treats the reclaimed, weathered tin as a texture, the rectangular panes forming a patchwork

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El Anatsui’s Broken Bridge II is a Tapestry of Tin and Mirrors on the High Line

El Anatsui’s Broken Bridge II is a Tapestry of Tin and Mirrors on the High Line

Broken Bridge II is the second iteration of El Anatsui’s artwork, with the original shown in Paris during the 2012 Triennale. The latest version was made with the same materials but reworked to fit the expansive facade of a brick building between West 21st

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Studio Gang Unveils Striking Solar Carve Tower for the High Line

Studio Gang Unveils Striking Solar Carve Tower for the High Line

Jeanne Gang, the architect behind Chicago’s iconic Aqua Tower, recently unveiled her design for a dazzling new building along the High Line. Called the Solar Carve Tower, the glass structure features corners that are cut away to allow the sun’s rays

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Head to the High Line for a Haunted Halloween Scavenger Hunt on October 27th

Head to the High Line for a Haunted Halloween Scavenger Hunt on October 27th

Halloween is fast approaching, and the Haunted High Line is back again this year and ready for your little witches and ghouls! NYC’s favorite elevated park is inviting families and friends to visit on Saturday, October 27th for a day of scavenger hunts, costumes,

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On the High Line is an App That Lets You Explore the Famous Elevated Park With Your iPhone

On the High Line is an App That Lets You Explore the Famous Elevated Park With Your iPhone

Next time you visit the High Line, get the inside scoop without having to carry around a heavy guidebook with On The High Line, a new app for the iPhone. Released by illustrated book publisher Thames & Hudson, the dynamic insider’s guide to the High

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Tour the High Line Park’s Undeveloped Future Third Section

Don’t Miss Your Chance to Tour the High Line Park’s Undeveloped Future Third Section

This fall, New Yorkers will have a rare opportunity to see the third section of the High Line as it is – before it gets redeveloped into a lush park. Friends of the High Line will open the future third section to lucky visitors for two weekends in October,

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PHOTOS: Terroir Shipping Container Wine Bar is the High Line Park’s Only Sit-Down Restaurant

PHOTOS: Terroir Shipping Container Wine Bar is the High Line Park’s Only Sit-Down Restaurant

Terroir on the Porch is a little sister to the other Terroir locations in the city, but unlike its older sibs, it’s a seasonal outpost that will only be open during the warmer months. The no-nonsense black box kitchen, counter and register was designed by

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PHOTOS: Ice Skate for Free Inside Jaguar’s Giant Snow Globe at the High Line Today

PHOTOS: Ice Skate for Free Inside Jaguar’s Giant Snow Globe at the High Line Today

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Gorgeous Plans for the High Line’s Third Section Finally Revealed!

Gorgeous Plans for the High Line’s Third Section Finally Revealed!

The High Line’s final section will follow the rails from West 30th Street to West 34th street and jut out from 10th to 12th avenue. The current plan is to weave the green pathway around the proposed skyscrapers, creating a new and vibrant neighborhood not

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Final Section of the High Line On Track for 2014

Final Section of the High Line On Track for 2014

The final .58-mile portion of The High Line Park was donated by CSX in early July, 2012 under the Federal Rails-to-Trails program, a D.C. non-profit that specializes in turning old train tracks to parks.

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Mayor Bloomberg Cuts Ribbon on the High Line’s Newly Renamed Tiffany & Co. Foundation Overlook

Mayor Bloomberg Cuts Ribbon on the High Line’s Newly Renamed Tiffany & Co. Foundation Overlook

Without the Tiffany & Co Foundation, there might not have been a High Line park. The foundation has been instrumental in helping Friends of the High Line raise the necessary funds not only to refurbish the original rail line but also to maintain it. In

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HOMU: Homeless Museum of Art on the High Line is the World’s Smallest Gallery

HOMU: Homeless Museum of Art on the High Line is the World’s Smallest Gallery

Photo via HOMU by Daniel Isengart

New York based artist Filip Noteradaeme’s Homeless Museum of Art has been popping up around the city for the last ten years, and now it can be found on the High Line. The “world’s smallest museum” consists of Noteradaeme,

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Interactive Project Runway Billboard on the High Line Will Tell You If Your Outfit is Haute or Not

Interactive Project Runway Billboard on the High Line Will Tell You If Your Outfit is Haute or Not

Fashion reality show Project Runway will be taking over Chelsea’s High Line park this summer by turning it into a giant catwalk complete with a billboard that tells you if your outfit is haute or not. Part advertising, part interactive art installation,

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Green Carceri is a Chameleon-Like Extension of the High Line Park That Changes Color With the Heat

Green Carceri is a Chameleon-Like Extension of the High Line Park That Changes Color With the Heat

The main objective of this unusual design is to create an extension of the public space around the High Line, with particular attention given to all things green. The green roof provides insulation and captures rainwater runoff that is used for irrigation

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Gas Explosion Under the High Line Park Leaves 2 People Injured

Gas Explosion Under the High Line Park Leaves 2 People Injured

A gas explosion rocked an area underneath the High Line this morning, injuring two people. The blast occurred when a crew of construction workers tried to remove a gas tank from a former gas station at W. 14th St. and 10th Ave. The workers were rushed to Bellevue

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The High Line Zoo is a Glow-in-the-Dark Animal Menagerie Along the Elevated Park

The High Line Zoo is a Glow-in-the-Dark Animal Menagerie Along the Elevated Park

What is going on here? We don’t even know.

The High Line Zoo is located atop a previously barren rooftop along the High Line, and consists of flat (but still ferocious) lions, elephants and monkeys. While the animals are a pristine white during the day,

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Alison Knowles Will Make a Giant Salad on the High Line & You’re Invited to Eat it!

Alison Knowles Will Make a Giant Salad on the High Line & You’re Invited to Eat it!

How will you be celebrating Earth Day this weekend? Perhaps the tastiest event in NYC will be taking place this Sunday, April 22 on the High Line, where artist Alison Knowles will be staging an art historical performance. The artist, who was part of the Fluxus

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Three More Residential Towers Will Hug the High Line Park

Three More Residential Towers Will Hug the High Line Park

Initially, a plan for a mixed use hotel, residential and retail area designed by Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects was proposed for the site in 2009. The new Avinash K. Malhotra plan nixes the hotel, and brings a 14 story, 128 unit residence, a 25 story tower

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Waterfront New York City Theatre Would Feature an Elevated Park that Meets the High Line

Waterfront New York City Theatre Would Feature an Elevated Park that Meets the High Line

The New York City Theatre is meant to rival Broadway, but instead showcase smaller, independent productions, giving them a chance to shine. But in regards to the current economic situation, Vecchi and Ortolani designed a mixed-use complex, integrating residences,

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