The immensely successful High Line, which has sent Chelsea prices through the roof, is on its third and final phase.
A source provided Curbed with a photo of the construction, commenting that you can see “the planting and putting a protective coat on the cement (note the full white hazmat gear)…polyurethane?”
The last phase of the wildly popular tourist attraction – it saw 4.4 million visitors in 2012 alone — is slated to open this fall.
The final section will snake around the Hudson Yards megaproject, and curve west at 30th Street and Tenth Avenue, before making another 90-degree turn to the north at Twelfth Avenue. The elevated walkway then ends at 34th Street. [Curbed] – Christopher Cameron