Gallery: New York’s Chinatown Set to Get Its Own Mini High Line Park

An unused gravel lot at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge is poised to become New York’s next High Line Park, albeit a much smaller version. Officials from the Department of Transportation announced today during a meeting hosted by Community Board 3 that the raised, triangular piece of land will be transformed into a $1 million public plaza with plants, seating, and art installations.

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  1. Jill Fehrenbacher February 25, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Wow I am really excited about this! This is so close to where I live, and currently the intersection is AWFUL. This would really revitalize the space and make it more pedestrian friendly. Sweet!