The High Line is getting longer. The second section of the innovative elevated park, which is built on the roadbed of an old freight railroad on Manhattan’s West Side, is scheduled to open in June.
The High Line was built in the 1930s to serve the meatpacking and other industries. It passed directly through several industrial buildings, allowing firms to load and unload freight directly.
After dramatic personal loss, policy makers and construction experts weigh the longer-term implications of the hurricane damage in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean. Can resiliency be accelerated?
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