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Articles about "The High Line"

  • NYC Builders Are Creating a New Neighborhood Out of Nothing By Tara Scott-Johnson | November 10, 2016

    Behold the largest private real estate project in U.S. history. Once an empty stretch of land, Hudson Yards is in the process of being completely transformed, providing future residents with an unmatched living, working, shopping, and dining experience in their own mini-city.

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  • Zaha Hadid's $50,000,000 Penthouse By Bianca Ulics | June 23, 2016

    The late starchitect, Zaha Hadid breaks her own personal record with a marvelous one-of-a-kind penthouse.

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  • What Lies Beneath: Innovative Urban Planning Below The Surface By Serena Horrigan | November 23, 2015

    With such transformative urban design proposals as Miami’s Underline and The Lowline on the Lower East Side, innovative architects are looking not to the glassy towers above, but at what's beneath our feet.

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  • Behind the Scenes of Hudson Yards By Frank Nicholas Poon | November 09, 2015

    New York City is making history with the development of the Hudson Yards. Stay caught up with what's going on with the project and what to expect.

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  • Touring New York City via Google Street View By Tim Sheehan | September 24, 2013

    We get it. You’re a busy person. How in the world can you possibly find the time to visit all of the popular destinations across New York City, let alone one of them? We’ve found a way for you to beat the crowds, the traffic and the weather. It’s time to take a tour of New York City through Google Street View.   Central Park

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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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  • Bloomberg’s Term to End While Manhattan’s Future Begins By Brittany Tenpenny | December 04, 2012

    Since being elected in 2002, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has spearheaded many initiatives that have led to improvements in the real estate market. With the election in 2013 and the conclusion of his three terms in 2014, much of Bloomberg’s legacy will continue to live on even with a new mayor in office.

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  • Winter Walks: The Best Way to Experience Manhattan By Joseph Lee | November 30, 2012

    December is almost upon us, and many New Yorkers are already dreaming of warm spring days. But if you can resist the temptation to hibernate in your Manhattan apartment, winter is one of the best times to experience New York City. The typically bustling streets grow calmer and more subdued with the snow and cold that comes with winter, allowing you to savor the beauty of the city. Three Manhattan locations perfect for a tranquil winter stroll are the High Line in Chelsea, Roosevelt Island, and St. Nicholas Park in Harlem.

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  • Third Section of Lower West Side’s High Line Underway By Brittany Tenpenny | September 27, 2012

    When it comes to green Manhattan landmarks, Central Park has always reigned supreme. Real estate moguls have flocked to this spot, making a Central Park view the most desirable in the city. Central Park however, is not the only show in town. The High Line, which runs through Manhattan’s Lower West Side is quickly becoming a real estate hot spot. Construction on the park’s third and final installment has begun and is set to open in 2014. Judging by the many renderings released on the Internet, it is going to be the best edition yet.

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  • Chelsea Market Expansion Gets Green Light From Planning Commission By Aby Thomas | September 07, 2012

    Although the proposed expansion of Chelsea Market has seen many hurdles and much opposition in the past few months, the New York City Planning Commission came out in favor of the project on Wednesday, with a unanimous vote approving Jamestown Properties’ expansion plans for the building. Now, the plans for the 240,000 square-foot office space on top of the western section of the market will need to be approved by the City Council and speaker Christine Quinn, who also represents the Chelsea neighborhood.

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