Now, I’ll state at the outset that I am a big fan of the design of the New York High Line. And I love a good flat white. I’m also prone to a bit of retail therapy now and then as well. The High Line has enabled the regeneration of a disused asset as well as the gentrification of the streets and area below it.
It is lauded as one of the world’s best examples of adaptive reuse of abandoned infrastructure.
However this is an alternative view of how some projects are funded, and at what cost to a city.
It is recommended reading to form your own view…it does raise a few questions in regards to equality?