In Construction> High Line Construction Reaches into Hudson Yards

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Hudson Yards broke ground late last year, but the Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed tower that will one day be the headquarters of fashion-label Coach isn’t the only construction activity causing a buzz on the 26-acre site on Manhattan’s West Side. Wrapping around the south and west sides of the Hudson Yards site, construction crews are busy building out the final segment of the High Line, including sandblasting and refurbishing the steel viaduct, repainting the steel structure’s beams, girders, and columns with the High Line’s signature “Greenblack” color, and removing and storing existing railroad tracks. Landscape construction is expected to begin later this spring.

The Friends of the High Line recently stopped by the construction site with photographer Timothy Schenck to take these photos of work in progress. Be sure to take a look at James Corner Field Operations’ design for the final segment here.

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

(Timothy Schenck / Courtesy Friends of the High Line)

Photography by Timothy Schenck, used with permission of Friends of the High Line.

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