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A revolutionary public space and urban revitalization project, the High Line is an ambling plant-lined elevated parkway converted from a long-abandoned freight line above the west side of Manhattan. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the 1.5-mile parkway, which stands 30 feet over street level, wraps around the Hudson Yards neighborhood.
The High Line is also an extraordinary cultural performance space -- Friends of the High Line commissions and produces public arts projects, like The Mile-Long Opera, a unique music and poetry experience.
The avant-garde arts program includes other site-specific exhibitions, murals, billboards, videos, and performances.
The High Line’s southern entrance is on West 14th Street at the new Whitney Museum. The trail runs north through Chelsea for a mile and a half, through the densest part of the gallery district, and concludes at Hudson Yards. While the park wraps the entire Hudson Yards neighborhood, a main entrance located on 30th Street by 10 Hudson Yards is a key access point for people visiting The Shops & Restaurants, The Shed and offices at Hudson Yards.