Wendy Goodman in New York Magazine writes
Marianne Boesky’s terrace is inches from the most popular public space in New York. Landscape designer Paula Hayes made it private.
Image Source: New York Magazine Photo: Nikolas Koenig)
Read the full article at the SOURCE: New York Magazine – Great Room – Marianne Boesky’s Hidden Terrace, Inches From the High Line
“The media mogul Barry Diller and the fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg have made a $10 million challenge grant to the High Line, the former elevated railway along the Hudson River that is being converted into a landscaped walkway. “I fell in love with the project, with the place,” Ms. Von Furstenberg said in a telephone interview. “It’s a beautiful green ribbon that will travel from Gansevoort to the Javits Center.”…..”
read the full article @ the SOURCE: NYTimes.com – $10 Million Gift for High Line Project
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reports Times Online
“New York’s most famous green space is about to become old news. In terms of public parkland, there’s a new kid on the block.
Twenty-two blocks, actually. New York’s latest development, the High Line, stretches 1.45 miles along Manhattan’s West Side, from Gansevoort Street, in the Meatpacking District, up through Chelsea to 34th Street. But it’s not your average urban park — at its broadest, it is only 60ft wide, and it’s between 18ft and 30ft high…..”
SOURCE: Times Online – The High Line: New York’s newest park
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