The High Line is another one of forty historic sites in NYC that are competing for $3 million in grants by Partners in Preservation. I recently voted and decided to pass by and show you guys why it's worth voting for. I started at the tail end of the High Line at 30th Street where it currently ends though the tracks are extended but sealed off to the public. I made my way down the walkway to meet up with some friends who were out and about taking photos.
This is pretty much where the High Line ends and is currently sealed off, make sure you vote for them so they can get the grant to further restore and extend the High Line. You can vote for them or another historic location daily through May 21, 2012 at:
The High Line
LINK | partnersinpreservation.com
*Side Note: I'm partnering with Partners in Preservation + American Express to bring you highlights on a few historical sites around NYC and is compensated for all Partners in Preservation blog posts.