23rd Street Lawn. The northern end of this 4,900-square-foot lawn "peels up" over West 23rd Street, offering views of Brooklyn and New Jersey. Check how the faded Cost and Revs graffiti is older than the windows on the building,
Falcone Flyover. Adjacent buildings between West 25th and West 26th Streets create a microclimate that once cultivated a dense grove of tall shrubs and trees. Now, a metal walkway rises eight feet above the
26th Street Viewing Spur. Hovering above the historic rail on the east side of the High Line at West 26th Street, the Viewing Spur’s frame is designed to recall the billboards that were once attached to the High Line.
As a bonus to perambulating New Yorkers who make it to the end of Section Two, a vacant lot at 30th Street has been converted into a food truck market with activities geared toward families. Rainbow City, presented by AOL, is an environmen
According to AOL, Rainbow City will create an urban playground that invites visitors to walk in and around the inflatable sculptures and will host a series of free educational programs geared toward children’s creativity.