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High Line Construction Chronicles

The designs for the final section of the High Line, which starts at 10th Avenue and 30th Street, call for an area with a simple walkway atop the overgrown infrastructure. This gives people a glimpse at what the High Line was before, but it may not be permanent. The last piece of the park wraps around the future Hudson Yards mega development, and the designers chose this temporary, minimalist approach to allow the park to adapt as Hudson Yards grows. After all, 16 new neighboring towers in the next 15 years will really change the neighborhood, so the High Line wants flexibility. [Crain's]

Hudson Yards

, Manhattan, NY 10001