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explore nyc’s high line, from its industrial past to lush lawn of its new sectionexplore nyc’s high line, from its industrial past to lush lawn of its new sectionexplore nyc’s high line, from its industrial past to lush lawn of its new section

by:KingKonree     2020-10-18
NEW YORK, N. Y.
This ribbon has been cut recently.
The long-awaited second part reveals lush green lawns, major leisure venues and less
The famous park was built on an abandoned railway track above the ground of nine metres, which is more industrial than the original park.
The new section ended at 30 th Street, adding 10 blocks, doubling the length to 1. 6 kilometres.
The first paragraph opened in June 2009 and extends from ganswater Street to 20 th Street.
Walking through some of Manhattan\'s hippest neighborhoods is already a superstar attraction with 2 million visitors a year.
If you\'re going to join it, here are some of the secret and unique features of WhatsApp, as well as some history.
History: shipments in the area began at the street level in 1847, delivering dairy products, meat and agricultural products to factories and packaging plants on the west side of the Hudson River.
Trains often crash due to traffic accidents.
First the carriage, then the car.
The Tenth Avenue is called \"Death Avenue \".
\"The immediate communications soldier waving the red flag, known as the West Side cowboy, didn\'t help much, so the tracks were raised in 1934.
At the age of 1950 s and 60 s, Interstate Trucking reduced demand for high-speed trains, and local manufacturing slowly disappeared, huge in crime, open space and auto repair shops
The last train passed in 1980, carrying three cars of frozen turkey.
It was not until the massive re-zoning effort and the nonprofit friends who managed the park turned the situation around that riot was abandoned.
The city, which owns the property, invested $112.
The cost of $2 million is $0. 153 billion, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the park has generated $2 billion in private investment since then, including Diane of fashion magazine ·
The nearby community has regained its vitality;
Art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and hotels abound.
Rail track: the actual track runs on the length of the entire High Line.
The track is carefully marked as it is pulled up for park construction so it can be placed in its original location.
There are some tracks above the sidewalk with flowers on it.
Other sections are embedded in the park\'s concrete walkway, designed with gentle benches and narrow fountains to evoke high lines.
Meat packing: on the 13 th Street, look west for a row of large metal brackets at the top of the neighboring building.
The bracket used to anchor the hook along one of the widest sections of the High Line, where the train stopped at the Spurs to unload.
There were more than 250 slaughter houses in the area, but there were still meat packaging, including one
The op of the seven companies that just signed 20-
The mayor\'s office said the city would extend its lease term by one year.
Just north of the entrance to Gansevoort Street, Park 12 little West 44
Cafe in Hector, a small brick restaurant, keeping meat packed for 2 hoursm. to 10 p. m.
Weekdays and 6. m. to 10 p. m. Saturdays.
It was clean and offered a standard meal fee, and the kids from the truck driver to the club were welcome.
Sex Hotel: OK, that\'s not really true.
It\'s standard at 337 Street 13-room, 18-
This is the only commercial building across the high-speed rail. With floor-to-
Overlooking the park\'s ceiling windows, known for participating in Hanki guests
Shortly after the park was opened, Pan Ki was able to see the crowd of high-line strollers.
It is said that the hotel now has cards in every room, asking guests to be more cautious.
Find a real sex hotel on the 10 th Avenue from 13 th to 14 th.
This is the red brick Liberty Inn, formerly a homestay for sailors, forbidden-
The era of Speakeasy and go
The Go bar was built in 1908.
Freely call yourself a \"romantic meeting point\" for rent by hour. “It’s an old-
A hot bed linen hotel that is not very fashionable . \"so-
Joshua David.
The founder of the friends.
Google Bridge: When Google entered the space that Nabisco used to use, its staff began to use a gorgeous steel bridge on the 15 th Street, connecting the upper floors of the two buildings.
Since then, Google has bought a building a block away.
\"This is where young people want to go.
That\'s why Google is here . \"
Graffiti and billboards: There are a lot of funky old buildings in the gorgeous new buildings around the Kickstarter, some of which have some cool labels and faded company names.
Anonymous Neck Face graffiti artist left a yellow snake at the bottom of the still
The third paragraph of the wild.
Look behind the elevator on 30 Street.
The second part of the \"viewing stimulus\" is unlikely to pay tribute to the widely criticized billboards stuck across the board during its decline.
Here you can sit in front of the steel rack on 10 th Avenue, 26 th Street --
There is also a car shop
The frame is gently illuminated at night.
People: Industry in the past is not everything.
You can almost see the glass penthouse dome of von Furstenberg, shaped like a diamond above her 14 th Street headquarters.
The new part of the park also has the feeling of living.
Maryann posky erected a floating stick on the balcony at the top of her 24 th Street gallery, like a pointed pile fence.
She also has some vines.
Other neighbors include Patti Hefley, WHO and her friends made high-class guest serenades in the first few months of her fourth month
The fire escape passage on the 20 th Street floor, the first paragraph ended, and when someone touched it, a locked metal door creaked.
She still lives there for $841. a-
For monthly rent, there is a \"zone 51\" licence on the window, but the building code closes her nightly traitor song and dance show.
\"We will say, go home.
When people take pictures of us like circus animals, we sometimes joke with them, \"said Hefley, a 57-year-old former punk rock photographer, on Monday.
\"It would be interesting to see what happens now.
You can see the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building from high.
You can even see a high flyer through the screen window of the New York Trapeze School on the 30 th Street.
The undulating steel structure on 23 Street is HL23, 14-by Los Angeles architect Neil Denali-
The floor apartment building covers a relatively small area and will widen and be 3 m high when it rises.
In the winter months, when the trees fall, you can see the East River and the Hudson River on the 23 th Street.
David said the same is true on street 14.
Art installations: you will experience the digital empathy project of Julianne sttz at 11 locations throughout the park, including fountains, bathroom sinks and elevators. A computer-
The generated voice will recite poetry and messages of care, support and love like \"you are the winner.
\"The project will end in spring 2012.
On a square at summer 30 Street terminal, Rainbow City is available throughout the summer, a collection of colorful striped inflatable sculptures.
The city playground for children and adults looks like a doctor\'s workSeuss;
It is sponsored by AOL and created by an art group called \"with your friends.
Nature: Holly trees, pussy willow, Magnolia and winter plum shrubs in the United States are newcomers to the second quarter.
The same is true for recycled teak seats, including curved, lumpy
Long radial bench starting on 29 th Street.
Teak comes from industrial and agricultural buildings demolished in Southeast Asia.
From the 22nd to the 23rd, there are 455 green lawns in the new road section.
Yes, you can sit on it.
This is the point.
The lawn is already beautiful and attractive, but there are a few other new plants, like the Chelsea Bush, as part of the first part, and some plants that need to be planted.
Future: a unique private school, Avenues: World school, is being built on 25 th Street in a building close to the mall.
In 2015, the Whitney Museum of American Art plans to open a museum near the entrance to Gansevoort Street.
What can be seen after the end of the second part is the third still unattended ATV track.
Friends of the park also hope that one day it will be transformed into a part of the park.
Tourist information: The High Line is very free, and the evening time will be extended to 11 as the new road section opensm. all summer. (
In winter, it closes at 8 in the evening. m. )
Starting at 7. m. year-round.
David suggests early morning visits are the best way to discover secrets without crowds.
Related Press New YORK, N. Y.
This ribbon has been cut recently.
The long-awaited second part reveals lush green lawns, major leisure venues and less
The famous park was built on an abandoned railway track above the ground of nine metres, which is more industrial than the original park.
The new section ended at 30 th Street, adding 10 blocks, doubling the length to 1. 6 kilometres.
The first paragraph opened in June 2009 and extends from ganswater Street to 20 th Street.
Walking through some of Manhattan\'s hippest neighborhoods is already a superstar attraction with 2 million visitors a year.
If you\'re going to join it, here are some of the secret and unique features of WhatsApp, as well as some history.
History: shipments in the area began at the street level in 1847, delivering dairy products, meat and agricultural products to factories and packaging plants on the west side of the Hudson River.
Trains often crash due to traffic accidents.
First the carriage, then the car.
The Tenth Avenue is called \"Death Avenue \".
\"The immediate communications soldier waving the red flag, known as the West Side cowboy, didn\'t help much, so the tracks were raised in 1934.
At the age of 1950 s and 60 s, Interstate Trucking reduced demand for high-speed trains, and local manufacturing slowly disappeared, huge in crime, open space and auto repair shops
The last train passed in 1980, carrying three cars of frozen turkey.
It was not until the massive re-zoning effort and the nonprofit friends who managed the park turned the situation around that riot was abandoned.
The city, which owns the property, invested $112.
The cost of $2 million is $0. 153 billion, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the park has generated $2 billion in private investment since then, including Diane of fashion magazine ·
The nearby community has regained its vitality;
Art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and hotels abound.
Rail track: the actual track runs on the length of the entire High Line.
The track is carefully marked as it is pulled up for park construction so it can be placed in its original location.
There are some tracks above the sidewalk with flowers on it.
Other sections are embedded in the park\'s concrete walkway, designed with gentle benches and narrow fountains to evoke high lines.
Meat packing: on the 13 th Street, look west for a row of large metal brackets at the top of the neighboring building.
The bracket used to anchor the hook along one of the widest sections of the High Line, where the train stopped at the Spurs to unload.
There were more than 250 slaughter houses in the area, but there were still meat packaging, including one
The op of the seven companies that just signed 20-
The mayor\'s office said the city would extend its lease term by one year.
Just north of the entrance to Gansevoort Street, Park 12 little West 44
Cafe in Hector, a small brick restaurant, keeping meat packed for 2 hoursm. to 10 p. m.
Weekdays and 6. m. to 10 p. m. Saturdays.
It was clean and offered a standard meal fee, and the kids from the truck driver to the club were welcome.
Sex Hotel: OK, that\'s not really true.
It\'s standard at 337 Street 13-room, 18-
This is the only commercial building across the high-speed rail. With floor-to-
Overlooking the park\'s ceiling windows, known for participating in Hanki guests
Shortly after the park was opened, Pan Ki was able to see the crowd of high-line strollers.
It is said that the hotel now has cards in every room, asking guests to be more cautious.
Find a real sex hotel on the 10 th Avenue from 13 th to 14 th.
This is the red brick Liberty Inn, formerly a homestay for sailors, forbidden-
The era of Speakeasy and go
The Go bar was built in 1908.
Freely call yourself a \"romantic meeting point\" for rent by hour. “It’s an old-
A hot bed linen hotel that is not very fashionable . \"so-
Joshua David.
The founder of the friends.
Google Bridge: When Google entered the space that Nabisco used to use, its staff began to use a gorgeous steel bridge on the 15 th Street, connecting the upper floors of the two buildings.
Since then, Google has bought a building a block away.
\"This is where young people want to go.
That\'s why Google is here . \"
Graffiti and billboards: There are a lot of funky old buildings in the gorgeous new buildings around the Kickstarter, some of which have some cool labels and faded company names.
Anonymous Neck Face graffiti artist left a yellow snake at the bottom of the still
The third paragraph of the wild.
Look behind the elevator on 30 Street.
The second part of the \"viewing stimulus\" is unlikely to pay tribute to the widely criticized billboards stuck across the board during its decline.
Here you can sit in front of the steel rack on 10 th Avenue, 26 th Street --
There is also a car shop
The frame is gently illuminated at night.
People: Industry in the past is not everything.
You can almost see the glass penthouse dome of von Furstenberg, shaped like a diamond above her 14 th Street headquarters.
The new part of the park also has the feeling of living.
Maryann posky erected a floating stick on the balcony at the top of her 24 th Street gallery, like a pointed pile fence.
She also has some vines.
Other neighbors include Patti Hefley, WHO and her friends made high-class guest serenades in the first few months of her fourth month
The fire escape passage on the 20 th Street floor, the first paragraph ended, and when someone touched it, a locked metal door creaked.
She still lives there for $841. a-
For monthly rent, there is a \"zone 51\" licence on the window, but the building code closes her nightly traitor song and dance show.
\"We will say, go home.
When people take pictures of us like circus animals, we sometimes joke with them, \"said Hefley, a 57-year-old former punk rock photographer, on Monday.
\"It would be interesting to see what happens now.
You can see the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building from high.
You can even see a high flyer through the screen window of the New York Trapeze School on the 30 th Street.
The undulating steel structure on 23 Street is HL23, 14-by Los Angeles architect Neil Denali-
The floor apartment building covers a relatively small area and will widen and be 3 m high when it rises.
In the winter months, when the trees fall, you can see the East River and the Hudson River on the 23 th Street.
David said the same is true on street 14.
Art installations: you will experience the digital empathy project of Julianne sttz at 11 locations throughout the park, including fountains, bathroom sinks and elevators. A computer-
The generated voice will recite poetry and messages of care, support and love like \"you are the winner.
\"The project will end in spring 2012.
On a square at summer 30 Street terminal, Rainbow City is available throughout the summer, a collection of colorful striped inflatable sculptures.
The city playground for children and adults looks like a doctor\'s workSeuss;
It is sponsored by AOL and created by an art group called \"with your friends.
Nature: Holly trees, pussy willow, Magnolia and winter plum shrubs in the United States are newcomers to the second quarter.
The same is true for recycled teak seats, including curved, lumpy
Long radial bench starting on 29 th Street.
Teak comes from industrial and agricultural buildings demolished in Southeast Asia.
From the 22nd to the 23rd, there are 455 green lawns in the new road section.
Yes, you can sit on it.
This is the point.
The lawn is already beautiful and attractive, but there are a few other new plants, like the Chelsea Bush, as part of the first part, and some plants that need to be planted.
Future: a unique private school, Avenues: World school, is being built on 25 th Street in a building close to the mall.
In 2015, the Whitney Museum of American Art plans to open a museum near the entrance to Gansevoort Street.
What can be seen after the end of the second part is the third still unattended ATV track.
Friends of the park also hope that one day it will be transformed into a part of the park.
Tourist information: The High Line is very free, and the evening time will be extended to 11 as the new road section opensm. all summer. (
In winter, it closes at 8 in the evening. m. )
Starting at 7. m. year-round.
David suggests early morning visits are the best way to discover secrets without crowds.
Related Press New YORK, N. Y.
This ribbon has been cut recently.
The long-awaited second part reveals lush green lawns, major leisure venues and less
The famous park was built on an abandoned railway track above the ground of nine metres, which is more industrial than the original park.
The new section ended at 30 th Street, adding 10 blocks, doubling the length to 1. 6 kilometres.
The first paragraph opened in June 2009 and extends from ganswater Street to 20 th Street.
Walking through some of Manhattan\'s hippest neighborhoods is already a superstar attraction with 2 million visitors a year.
If you\'re going to join it, here are some of the secret and unique features of WhatsApp, as well as some history.
History: shipments in the area began at the street level in 1847, delivering dairy products, meat and agricultural products to factories and packaging plants on the west side of the Hudson River.
Trains often crash due to traffic accidents.
First the carriage, then the car.
The Tenth Avenue is called \"Death Avenue \".
\"The immediate communications soldier waving the red flag, known as the West Side cowboy, didn\'t help much, so the tracks were raised in 1934.
At the age of 1950 s and 60 s, Interstate Trucking reduced demand for high-speed trains, and local manufacturing slowly disappeared, huge in crime, open space and auto repair shops
The last train passed in 1980, carrying three cars of frozen turkey.
It was not until the massive re-zoning effort and the nonprofit friends who managed the park turned the situation around that riot was abandoned.
The city, which owns the property, invested $112.
The cost of $2 million is $0. 153 billion, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the park has generated $2 billion in private investment since then, including Diane of fashion magazine ·
The nearby community has regained its vitality;
Art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and hotels abound.
Rail track: the actual track runs on the length of the entire High Line.
The track is carefully marked as it is pulled up for park construction so it can be placed in its original location.
There are some tracks above the sidewalk with flowers on it.
Other sections are embedded in the park\'s concrete walkway, designed with gentle benches and narrow fountains to evoke high lines.
Meat packing: on the 13 th Street, look west for a row of large metal brackets at the top of the neighboring building.
The bracket used to anchor the hook along one of the widest sections of the High Line, where the train stopped at the Spurs to unload.
There were more than 250 slaughter houses in the area, but there were still meat packaging, including one
The op of the seven companies that just signed 20-
The mayor\'s office said the city would extend its lease term by one year.
Just north of the entrance to Gansevoort Street, Park 12 little West 44
Cafe in Hector, a small brick restaurant, keeping meat packed for 2 hoursm. to 10 p. m.
Weekdays and 6. m. to 10 p. m. Saturdays.
It was clean and offered a standard meal fee, and the kids from the truck driver to the club were welcome.
Sex Hotel: OK, that\'s not really true.
It\'s standard at 337 Street 13-room, 18-
This is the only commercial building across the high-speed rail. With floor-to-
Overlooking the park\'s ceiling windows, known for participating in Hanki guests
Shortly after the park was opened, Pan Ki was able to see the crowd of high-line strollers.
It is said that the hotel now has cards in every room, asking guests to be more cautious.
Find a real sex hotel on the 10 th Avenue from 13 th to 14 th.
This is the red brick Liberty Inn, formerly a homestay for sailors, forbidden-
The era of Speakeasy and go
The Go bar was built in 1908.
Freely call yourself a \"romantic meeting point\" for rent by hour. “It’s an old-
A hot bed linen hotel that is not very fashionable . \"so-
Joshua David.
The founder of the friends.
Google Bridge: When Google entered the space that Nabisco used to use, its staff began to use a gorgeous steel bridge on the 15 th Street, connecting the upper floors of the two buildings.
Since then, Google has bought a building a block away.
\"This is where young people want to go.
That\'s why Google is here . \"
Graffiti and billboards: There are a lot of funky old buildings in the gorgeous new buildings around the Kickstarter, some of which have some cool labels and faded company names.
Anonymous Neck Face graffiti artist left a yellow snake at the bottom of the still
The third paragraph of the wild.
Look behind the elevator on 30 Street.
The second part of the \"viewing stimulus\" is unlikely to pay tribute to the widely criticized billboards stuck across the board during its decline.
Here you can sit in front of the steel rack on 10 th Avenue, 26 th Street --
There is also a car shop
The frame is gently illuminated at night.
People: Industry in the past is not everything.
You can almost see the glass penthouse dome of von Furstenberg, shaped like a diamond above her 14 th Street headquarters.
The new part of the park also has the feeling of living.
Maryann posky erected a floating stick on the balcony at the top of her 24 th Street gallery, like a pointed pile fence.
She also has some vines.
Other neighbors include Patti Hefley, WHO and her friends made high-class guest serenades in the first few months of her fourth month
The fire escape passage on the 20 th Street floor, the first paragraph ended, and when someone touched it, a locked metal door creaked.
She still lives there for $841. a-
For monthly rent, there is a \"zone 51\" licence on the window, but the building code closes her nightly traitor song and dance show.
\"We will say, go home.
When people take pictures of us like circus animals, we sometimes joke with them, \"said Hefley, a 57-year-old former punk rock photographer, on Monday.
\"It would be interesting to see what happens now.
You can see the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building from high.
You can even see a high flyer through the screen window of the New York Trapeze School on the 30 th Street.
The undulating steel structure on 23 Street is HL23, 14-by Los Angeles architect Neil Denali-
The floor apartment building covers a relatively small area and will widen and be 3 m high when it rises.
In the winter months, when the trees fall, you can see the East River and the Hudson River on the 23 th Street.
David said the same is true on street 14.
Art installations: you will experience the digital empathy project of Julianne sttz at 11 locations throughout the park, including fountains, bathroom sinks and elevators. A computer-
The generated voice will recite poetry and messages of care, support and love like \"you are the winner.
\"The project will end in spring 2012.
On a square at summer 30 Street terminal, Rainbow City is available throughout the summer, a collection of colorful striped inflatable sculptures.
The city playground for children and adults looks like a doctor\'s workSeuss;
It is sponsored by AOL and created by an art group called \"with your friends.
Nature: Holly trees, pussy willow, Magnolia and winter plum shrubs in the United States are newcomers to the second quarter.
The same is true for recycled teak seats, including curved, lumpy
Long radial bench starting on 29 th Street.
Teak comes from industrial and agricultural buildings demolished in Southeast Asia.
From the 22nd to the 23rd, there are 455 green lawns in the new road section.
Yes, you can sit on it.
This is the point.
The lawn is already beautiful and attractive, but there are a few other new plants, like the Chelsea Bush, as part of the first part, and some plants that need to be planted.
Future: a unique private school, Avenues: World school, is being built on 25 th Street in a building close to the mall.
In 2015, the Whitney Museum of American Art plans to open a museum near the entrance to Gansevoort Street.
What can be seen after the end of the second part is the third still unattended ATV track.
Friends of the park also hope that one day it will be transformed into a part of the park.
Tourist information: The High Line is very free, and the evening time will be extended to 11 as the new road section opensm. all summer. (
In winter, it closes at 8 in the evening. m. )
Starting at 7. m. year-round.
David suggests early morning visits are the best way to discover secrets without crowds.
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