The High Line, New York City's elevated park created from a conversion of rail lines, has provided an organizing principle for a series of luxury condo buildings designed by big names in architecture, including Zaha Hadid, Norman Foster, and Robert A.M. Stern.
Vox Media's e-journal Curbed NY  has compiled a nifty presentation mapping the developments, with mini-profiles of these upcoming and recently completed buildings.
From new builds to the conversion of a former women's prison, these facilities will change the face of the Big Apple. (Comments at Curbed, regarding the prospect of numerous luxe towers overlooking the park, range from "great social good" to "we killed the thing we loved.")
Enjoy Curbed's presentation at this link.  Here's a look at some of the projects:
Want a first-hand view of the hip High Line scene? BD+C's fourth annual Under 40 Leadership Summit, Sept. 17-19, will be headquartered at the High Line Hotel (a former theological seminary and federal Historic Landmark). Our many tour options include a walking tour of the Far West Village, including the High Line. Check out the agenda  for this exciting leadership development event!
Curbed NY reports on 19 prominent sites where projects are contemplated, rumored, or under way.
The High Line, New York City's elevated park created from a conversion of rail lines, is the organizing principle for a series of luxury condo buildings designed by big names in architecture.
From Foster to Hadid, top architects and developers are creating luxury housing along this popular elevated park.