The third section of the park will stretch from 30th Street to 34th Street.
Friends of the High Line named Jenny Gersten as its new executive director.
Co-founder Robert Hammond will step down as Friends of the High Line's executive director.
The first phase of the new section is expected to open in 2014.
The city will pay $5 million toward High Line construction costs despite its sizable donor base.
The park will host a series of talks on similar park projects in other cities around the country.
A new book by the High Line's founders chronicles the birth of the popular elevated park.
A new book by the co-founders of the Friends of the High Line, Joshua David and Robert Hammond, shares the behind the scenes tale of its creation.
The High Line's second stretch, from West 20th to 30th streets opened Tuesday.
The High Line's plan to offer beer and wine at two locations this summer received the support of CB4.
The High Line's plan to offer cold draughts on hot summer days is one step closer to reality.
Visitors to the High Line looking to satisfy their hunger will get an array of new choices this summer.
The City Council voted unanimously in favor of the purchasing and development of the High Line’s final third.
Supporters of the elevated parkway gained a victory Tues. that could pave the way for city ownership of the final section.
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