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Fall foliage at the High Line Park.New York City’s most interesting urban renewal project.

The High Line has quickly become one of New York City’s “must see” attractions since opening to the public in 2009. Stretching from Gansevoort Street to West 30th Street the converted rail line is now an elevated promenade lined with many native plants. According to the High Line gardeners, the plants are now reaching their autumnal peak in colors this week.