Pictorial> Take a walk along New York City’s starchitect-lined High Line

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Looking north to Stern's Abington House and KPF's 10 Hudson Yards. (Henry Melcher / AN)

Looking north to Stern’s Abington House and KPF’s 10 Hudson Yards. (Henry Melcher / AN)

If you haven’t been up on the High Line recently, or perhaps ever–looking at you Mayor de Blasio–then you’ve been missing out on some big new projects from architecture’s biggest names–we’re talking about your Hadid’s, your Foster’s, your Piano’s, and your Kohn Pedersen Fox’s.

Cary Tamarkin's 508 W. 24th Street. (Henry Melcher / AN)

Cary Tamarkin’s 508 W. 24th Street. (Henry Melcher / AN)

AN recently took a stroll along the ‘ole rail line to see the progress on Renzo Piano’s nearly-completed Whitney Museum, the quickly-rising Hudson Yards, and all the fancy condos rising in between. Take a look at the gallery below to see all that’s been happening on the park that every city wants to recreate.

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