We love Chelsea’s High Line: Not only did it kill off the meatpacking clubs, but it’s a great testament to how a public arts project (with private funding) can actually succeed in this jaded city. Also, it’s just a really pretty place to stroll during the summer, provided you don’t go during the weekends when all the tourists are out and it’s impossible to walk through the narrow gardens that were once the elevated West Side Line.
So what could be better than having a new version of the High Line to greenify New York City? An underground version called the Low Line, of course. Or, if you prefer, the Delancey Underground. Read More