The High Line, New York NY
       
     
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The High Line, New York NY
       
     
The High Line, New York NY

The High Line is a 1.5 mile long public park built on an historic freight rail line elevated above the streets of Manhattan. Running 23 city blocks, from Gansevoort Street to the south, to West 34th Street to the north, this 6-acre park was inspired by the Promenade Plantée in Paris and has established itself as a defining feature of the neighborhood and a catalyst for the regeneration of the local area. The project is a private/public partnership between The City of New York and Friends of the High Line and was designed by landscape architect James Corner Field Operations in combination with architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro.

HKA is working as the project’s life safety consultant, on behalf of the park’s engineer of record Buro Happold, providing the team with code compliance advice for all aspects of the design.

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