Maybe this will help alleviate the crowding.
The second phase of the High Line, the sublime new public space build atop an old rail line, is scheduled to debut next spring, according to the New York Post:
During a tour of the new section, stretching from 20th to 30th streets, enough of the construction has been completed to visualize the array of quirky new landscapes and attractions that will extend High Line Park to a full mile in length.
The most over-the-top feature begins at 25th Street, where work has begun on a “Woodland Flyover” that will lift park-goers 15 feet above the old rail trestle through a stand of magnolia trees.
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