Art on the High Line

If you are looking for a leisurely afternoon activity or a quick escape from the concrete city blocks, the High Line park is a great place to visit. Here is a quick guide to fun and funky art along the way.

High Line 4.0: Green Carceri

Springing off of the success of Manhattan’s popular Highline park, a new project, Green Carceri, has been announced. The mixed use building will act as natural extension of the park and serve as a neighborhood farm among other functions.

Chelsea Art Walk

Stroll from one art gallery to the next this Thursday evening 5-8 pm in the third annual Chelsea Art Walk.

Cool off with Water-On-the-Go

Stay cool and hydrated in the sweltering summer heat with NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Water-On-the-Go Program featuring rotating portable drinking fountains throughout the city.

LowLine update: a park under the street

The Delancey Underground Project has recently won approval from Manhattan’s Community Board 3 and is moving forward on research with the support of the community and generous donations.

The Tappan Zee: from bridge to park?

With a replacement in the works for the Tappan Zee Bridge, interest is gathering for the possibility of transforming the soon-to-be retired bridge into a public park.

A potential “6 ½ Avenue” might become pedestrians’ saving grace

A proposal by the Department of Transportation would save some New Yorkers from their daily dose of brazen jaywalking along the arcade path, dubbed “6 ½ Ave,” and increase the public’s awareness of this pedestrian-only route.