NEW YORK: The High Line’s Newest Digs
By Sarah Ryan Hecht

The High Line opens its very own hotel.

Jul 30, 2013
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The space that we know today as NYC’s beloved High Line has undergone monumental transitions throughout history. From an apple orchard in the 17th century to accommodations for theology students, The High Line Hotel is now moving in, yet paying homage to its seminary past. The original brick façade, stained glass windows, and pine floors have been maintained, as well as the courtyard that was once used as a hangout for fellow intellects. Designed by renowned duo Roman and Williams, the interior of these chic, nostalgic accommodations are complete with vintage-inspired wallpaper, contrasted wood paneling, and retro electronics. You’ll also discover easy access to the favorited High Line Park, naturally. Highly recommended for those travelling to NYC. –Sarah Ryan Hecht

The High Line Hotel

180 Tenth Avenue / 1 212 929 3888

Photos courtesy of The High Line Hotel


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