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High Line

High Line
New York, NY 10011
Office, Leasing/Rental

The High Line, also known as High Line Park, is a linear green public space located on an elevated train track in Manhattan. It is accessible by stairs and elevators and offers views of the city and the Hudson River. It has become a tourist destination and has fueled explosive real estate development along its course. The park, whose construction and maintenance is financed by private donors, runs from Gansevoort Street to 34th Street, along the Far West Side, through the Meatpacking District and Chelsea. The park, landscaped with plants that grew on the disused tracks, opened in phases in 2009 and 2011, and 2014. Joshua David and Robert Hammond conceived the idea of the park in 1999 and formed a nonprofit, Friends of the High Line, to execute the vision. The area along the park, sometimes called the starchitecture district, is dotted with buildings designed by celebrity architects. These include 100 Eleventh Avenue, designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Jean Nouvel, 200 Eleventh Avenue, designed by Annabelle Selldorf, the Metal Shutter Houses on West 19th Street, designed by Shigeru Ban, and the Neil Denari-designed HL23 on West 23rd Street. The Standard Hotel straddles the High Line at West 13th Street. In May 2015, The Whitney Museum of American Art relocated to a building designed by Renzo Piano, located at 99 Gansevoort. -GB

  • Address High Line
  • neighborhood Chelsea
  • borough Manhattan

03/01/2018
And Ismael Leyva, who designed the interiors for Zaha Hadid’s 520 West 28th Street High Line project, said developers are often driven to hire more than one architect so that they can market more than one high-profile name...

02/19/2018
Unsurprisingly, the bulk of Related's construction attention is focused on Hudson Yards, where five active projects will span 8.3 million square feet. Nearby, on the High Line, the developer plans to build a 181-unit condo tower...

02/01/2018
The Chicago-based global brokerage saw a significant boost from its hotels and hospitality group, which operates separately from its capital markets team. Data show five of JLL’s eight deals were hotels, including the $340 million sale of the Standard High Line...

01/08/2018
The project will stand 19 stories tall and span almost 421,000 square feet of residential, commercial and community space. The list of December’s largest projects also included a new office building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard redevelopment, a 34-story residential tower coming to Long Island University’s Brooklyn campus, and a 20-story residential project coming to the High Line...

01/01/2018
And the London-based hedge fund Children’s Investment Fund continued its run as a financer of Manhattan’s big-ticket condo developments, taking the No. 5 spot with $733 million across just two loans. While the firm agreed to fund HFZ Capital Group’s High Line project at 76 11th Avenue to the tune of $1.2 billion â€' through its affiliate Talos Capital â€' a $595 million senior mortgage was all that hit property records in May...

08/01/2017
“The thought process for new development has been this idea that when you buy in, you’re in the money,” said Adam Modlin, one of the brokers tapped to market the Getty, a planned condo designed by Peter Marino near the High Line...

08/01/2017
4, 1:20 p.m.: On a Friday morning in the middle of last month, news broke that the residential brokerage Compass had replaced Sotheby’s International Realty as the marketing firm at Siras Oriel Development’s Soori High Line â€' a 31-unit Chelsea condo development that launched sales in 2014...

12/29/2016
Clockwise from left: Renderings of 50 Hudson Yards, Court Square City View Tower at 23-15 44th Drive (credit: United Construction and Development), the Spiral Clockwise from left: Renderings of 50 Hudson Yards, Court Square City View Tower at 23-15 44th Drive (credit: United Construction and Development), the Spiral...

02/19/2016
A construction site near the High Line in Manhattan Following a rush in issued construction permits that qualified for the now-dead 421a tax break, only 453 A construction site near the High Line in Manhattan Following a rush in issued construction permits that qualified for the now-dead 421a tax break, only 453...

12/30/2015
  Clockwise from top left: Lu Zhiqian, a rendering of Riverside Center (credit: Christian de Portzamparc) (inset from top: Gary Barnett and James Linsley), a  Clockwise from top left: Lu Zhiqian, a rendering of Riverside Center (credit: Christian de Portzamparc) (inset from top: Gary Barnett and James Linsley), a...

12/01/2014
In addition, he leased up the newly constructed 837 Washington Street in the Meatpacking District, a 55,000-square foot, six-story glass building between Little West 12th and 13th streets overlooking the High Line...

11/01/2014
Last year, the firm struck a huge deal with the Related Companies to market condos in the developer’s pipeline, and with projects such as Hudson Yards and the Zaha Hadid-designed 520 West 28th Street overlooking the High Line on the horizon, Corcoran is gearing up to take on the workload...

07/01/2014
Aside from a single resale listing for a $3.2 million loft in the West Village, Aries was buoyed by one new luxury condo project a block away from the High Line in Chelsea: The Norman Foster-designed 551 West 21st Street...

07/01/2014
And the firm paid a hefty $50 million, or $726 per square foot, in January for its debut site at 542 West 21st Street, which is nestled between the High Line and West Street...

09/01/2012
A view of the Meatpacking District, which, despite seeing an increase in foot traffic because of the High Line, has seen retail rents remain soft...

08/01/2010
High-end construction, rooftop views of the High Line and even rents in the high $70s-per-square-foot range are luring office tenants to the trendy Meatpacking District, where they are taking advantage of sharply discounted prices as tenants are doing throughout Manhattan, brokers say...

02/26/2010
Research by The Real Deal and by hospitality analyst HVS found at least 28 new hotels slated to open this year or next. The largest is the more than 600-room Intercontinental Times Square, which is set to debut in July; the smallest is the boutique 56-room Habita Hotel on the High Line on the West Side...

...Construction near the High Line in Manhattan Construction related injuries in New York City were up 34 percent to 283 in...