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Mexico City Plans Its Own Elevated High Line Park
Inspired by New York City's High Line, the elevated walkway would create a corridor to Chapultepec Park.
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Mexico City’s planned elevated garden, inspired by Manhattan’s High Line, will traverse two major arteries, allowing citizens to cross from a major metro stop into the metropolis’s most prominent park.
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The new pathway would cross under the second level of one roadway, which has yet to be built.
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The Federal District’s Public Space Authority would like to see the project completed by mid 2012.
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The elevated garden would lead into the area of the park that contains Mexico City’s children’s museum (rendered here).
(Federal District Public Space Authority)

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The High Line’s Chelsea Thicket, a densely-planted area of trees and shrubs between West 20th and West 22nd Streets, looking North.
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An aerial evening view of the Falcone Flyover catwalk at West 26th Street, looking South.
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Mexico City Plans Its Own Elevated High Line Park

Inspired by New York City's High Line, the elevated walkway would create a corridor to Chapultepec Park.

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