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YOUR EYE CANDY OF THE DAY:  Live the High Life Above The High Line

This striking duplex penthouse loft floats high above the High Line Park in Downtown’s lively West Chelsea Art District. Take a look at those multi-paned steel casement windows, which wrap around the entire apartment and provide brilliant sunlight and sweeping panoramic views. Inspired by the classic artist’s studios of the 1920s, this signature Carey Tamarkin-designed residence offers 4,100 square feet of indoor and outdoor living, three bedrooms, three and a half baths, and an enormous wrap terrace featuring multiple seating areas and spectacular views. This photo also highlights the high ceilings and wide-plank white oak flooring. This truly is the high life!

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Your Neighborhood at a Glance: High Line Phase Three Unveiled

The Friends of the High Line unveiled phase three of the High Line Park to the public on Monday. The plans were presented by architect Richard Scofidio and landscape architect James Corner. The duo outlined a multi-phase plan project that’s estimated to cost $90 million and be completed by 2014.

Plans for phase three include three major segments:

The first, the east-west stretch along 30th Street that will be built in its permanent form from the start, will incorporate a crossroads design where phase three meets phase two and the High Line jogs to the left, a grasslands section with seating areas for people to congregate, and the 11th Street Bridge overpass that separates the Eastern Rail Yards from the Western Rail Yards.

The second segment is a curving half-loop that will extend north-south before curving back east that will be developed as an interim walkway before final improvements can be made.

The third and final segment is a passage integration with the tower at the upcoming Hudson Yards complex. The Hudson Yards complex tower will also include public bathrooms.  

To view our neighborhood tour of Chelsea and the current High Line watch our Halstead ProperTV Chelsea Neighborhood tour here.

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