by Scott Ogden in Architecture on Wednesday 14 September 2011

Section 2 of this new-ish New York park will be opening to the public this month. If the first expanse of this park, which is housed on reclaimed elevated train tracks that were originally constructed in the 1930′s, is any indication, this will continue to be one of the City’s most interesting and unique settings. The High Line is full of lush flower beds, walkways, quiet areas to sit and relax, and it sits just above the hundreds of art galleries that call Chelsea home.