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Articles about "High Line"

  • Open House Roundup Sunday 6/7 By Serena Horrigan | June 05, 2015

    This Sunday we're showcasing open houses in Tribeca, the West Village, Nomad, Flatiron, and the UWS!

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  • Shopping for a Place with a Pooch in Your Purse? By Nalyse Seymore | March 23, 2015

    Looking for a home in NYC, with a pet, is hard, especially if it's an official member of the family. The comforts of your new home should cater to your pet

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  • Developments Rising by the High Line By Jonathan Tuason | February 24, 2014

    The Standard Hotel was recently sold for more than $400 million, which works out to approximately $1.2 million per room.  But the hotel, which straddles the High Line, will be joined by new developments that look to the park as a focal point.

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  • Underground Utopia: Big Names Lend Support to The Low Line By Olivia Smedley | October 25, 2013

    An underground park with natural sunlight? It seems too good to be true, but soon it enough it is sure to become a reality. The Low Line, which has been abuzz since it was first proposed in 2011, may be just that. After raising about $150,000 in an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign, the Lower East Side green space has been gaining both financial and celebrity support.

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  • Proposed Low Line Raises Support in Lower East Side By Bryan Gamble | September 12, 2013

    Although Manhattan has virtually no room left for new development, especially park development, this has not deterred creative thinkers looking to beautify the city and create new public spaces. The High Line, the famous and ever-expanding park initiative, has long been the poster child of repurposing unused land for a park since its proposal and opening in 2007.

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  • New Luxury Conversion Potential with Closing of Chelsea Prison By Tim Sheehan | August 21, 2013

    When Hurricane Sandy battered the Bayview Correctional Facility in Chelsea, the all-women’s prison was already empty, with the inmates having been evacuated days before. Fourteen feet of water flooded the facility and left the state with a $600,000 bill in damage repairs. Though some repairs have been made, it still remains vacant, and Governor Cuomo has decided to close the medium-security prison and sell it instead as part of his 2013-14 budget.

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  • Zaha Hadid - Extending her Architectural Prowess to NYC By Shwetha Ravishankar | July 18, 2013

    The Riverside Museum, Glasgow - Designed by Zaha Hadid Born in Baghdad, Iraq, Zaha Hadid was introduced to the world of architecture early on, when she lived in a Bauhaus-inspired building, at a time when modernism implied progressive thinking in the Middle East.

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  • Manhattan's High Line Concept Is Going Global By Janna Allen | March 07, 2013

    The High Line may soon have company. While it has remained one-out-of-the-two railroad tracks transformed into parks, similar concepts have been popping up all over the world. The elevated, mile-long strip of greenery runs along the lower west side of Manhattan. Standing out amongst the surrounding glass and brick buildings, the linear-park sprang to life back in 2009. It was previously an old misused railroad track--the West Side Line--which met its end in the 1990s. While the concept of transforming an abandoned train-track into a park was born in Paris with the 1993 debut of their Promenade Plantee, the High Line was (and continues to be) a highly praised accomplishment.

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  • Hudson Yards: The High Line's Final Phase By Thomas Faddegon | March 06, 2013

    In a few years, this image of the future Hudson Yards will be virtually unrecognizable. With typical New York City speed, this 26-acre storage yard for the LIRR will soon be the central plaza of a new series of developments linking together the High Line, Hudson River Park and Hudson Boulevard. The site will eventually host 16 buildings including offices, residences and even a school, while Hudson Boulevard will be extended north to West 38th. Late last year, Related Companies began work on the first building of the project, a 51-story headquarters for luxury-goods maker Coach.

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  • Chelsea: A Manhattan Neighborhood That “Has It All” By Aby Thomas | February 26, 2013

    From art galleries to coffee bars, fashion boutiques to dance clubs, fine restaurants to beautiful parks—you name it, Chelsea has it. Chelsea is one Manhattan neighborhood that truly seems to “have it all.” Now, Fairways, the popular Brooklyn-based grocery store, will become the latest addition to this vibrant neighborhood, with the iconic food market setting up shop soon at the base of the Chelsea Landmark, a 33-story luxury apartment building located at 55 West 25th Street.

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