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Meatpacking District »

Eat a $100 Ice Cream Sundae at a High Line Restaurant

Bubby's has a new 16-scoop Kitchen Sink sundae, with toppings including pretzels and cookie crumbs.

Chelsea »

High Line Launches Free Wi-Fi

Park-goers can now connect to Wi-Fi between W. 14th and W. 16th streets.

Chelsea »

High Line's New Director Wants Park to Serve Locals Before Tourists

Jenny Gersten said despite its international renown, the park's main goal is to serve the neighborhood.

Chelsea »

Construction Worker Seriously Hurt in Fall Near High Line, FDNY says

A worker hurt his head and shoulders when he fell from a Chelsea construction site, witnesses said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

24-Hour Hudson Yards Construction Keeps Neighbors Up at Night, They Say

According to neighbors, construction noise booms from the Hudson Yards site all day and all night. 

Chelsea »

High Line Frequently Forced to Close Due to Winter Storms

The elevated park has shut down 10 times since Dec. 15 so workers could remove snow and ice.

Chelsea »

Cold-Resistant Cockroaches Found on High Line

The Periplaneta japonica roach can survive in cold and snow, scientists said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Latest High Line Designs Feature 'Otherworldly' Bowl-Shaped Garden

The much-anticipated third section of the park will feature a bowl-shaped area that's lush with greenery.

Chelsea »

Developer Digs Up Thousands of Pounds of Contaminated Soil Near High Line

The project on West 18th Street will clear the way for a parking lot to become apartments.

Chelsea »

High Line Names Theater Fest Artistic Director as New Leader

Friends of the High Line named Jenny Gersten as its new executive director.

Upper East Side »

Federal Court Upholds City Rule Regulating Art Vendors in Parks

The U.S. Second District Court of Appeals disagreed with artists' First Amendment lawsuit.

Meatpacking District »

New Art Lights Up Meatpacking District Development Site

The public art project is near the High Line and across from the Standard Hotel.

Forest Hills »

Architects Look to Get Queens High Line Design on a Roll With Social Media

The Queensway designers are using Twitter, Facebook and Internet forums to get feedback on the project.

Greenwich Village »

Where NYU Students Can Hang Out On Their Own

The neighborhood around New York University can be daunting. We help you explore it.

Prospect Heights »

'Brooklyn' Ketubahs Give Ancient Aramaic Marriage Contract a Modern Edge

Young female artists in Brooklyn are updating the venerable Jewish bridal contract for hip city couples.