Dan Barasch and his team have been busy improving their technology and proving their ambitious project is feasible

One of New York’s most special features is without a doubt the Highline, the West Side’s 1.5 mile stretch of above-ground railroad repurposed as a wonderful public space. Dan Barasch, one of the speakers at PSFK 2015, was inspired by this space and wanted to emulate it on the opposite side of Manhattan: the Lower East side, one of the most densely inhabited sections of the city with practically no green space. And so the Lowline was incepted.

Dan Barasch – Lowline – PSFK Conference 2015 from PSFK on Vimeo.

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