New York City Has Acquired Final Section of the High Line

The New York Post reports that the New York City has aquired the final section of the High Line. CSX Transportation Inc. is said to have donated the section, which has been converted to a public park. The final strech of the High Line will wrap around the planned Hudson Rail Yards between West 30th and 34th streets. Construction of the Hudson Yards, on the current site of the LIRR storage yard, can now begin, which will offer 12 million sqaure-feet of office, residential, retail, and cultural space, as well as 14 acres of public space.

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