Designs unvieled for $50 million project to connect Manhattan’s High Line to Moynihan Train Hall

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has unveiled designs for a new connector to link New York City’s High Line to Moynihan Train Hall.

This will happen via Brookfield Properties’ Magnolia Court through its Manhattan West development, the Sept. 14 statement says.

A public-private partnership comprising Empire State Development, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Brookfield Properties Group, and Friends of the High Line is undertaking the $50 million project, which will be completed by Spring 2023.

Under the plan, the new landscaped Woodlands Bridge will extend eastward from the existing High Line parallel to 30th Street along Dyer Avenue from 10th Avenue to the mid-block between 9th and 10th Avenues, where it will connect to a second Timber Bridge which will travel north and connect into Brookfield’s elevated public space on the north side of 31st Street, which terminates on 9th Avenue directly across from the Farley Building and Moynihan Train Hall.


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