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High Line is an urban park built on an elevated section of the City’s disused Central Railroad. The elevated platform stopped being used in 1980. Twenty-three years later several ideas of possible usage were discussed and it was decided that it would be transformed into a park. The urban park project was finished in 2014.
High Line Park is 1.45 mile-long (2.33 km) and runs from Gansevoort Street to 34th Street in Lower West Side of Manhattan. This greenway is divided in three sections and has several accesses all along the park.
High Line has benches all along its path to sit and enjoy the views or lie and sunbathe, and has become a favourite among New Yorkers during the summer months.
The park was designed by James Corner Field Operations; and the first section was opened on 9 June, 2009.
High Line Elevated Park, inaugurado en 2009, es una de las zonas verdes más bonitas en Nueva York. Fue erguido sobre una línea de ferrocarril antigua.