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Walking on the High Line and Grabbing a Roll at Chelsea Market

La Promenade Planté New Yorkaise

En 2009 s’ouvrait The High Line, la promenade Plantée (autrement appelé Viaduc des Arts ou Coulée Verte) new-yorkaise pour les parisiens. 294 more words


Whitney Museum of Art Director Adam Weinberg, Over Cupcakes, Rejoices in Success

These days, Adam Weinberg is happy, even a little giddy, but tired. He pulls up a chair in the new cafe of the Whitney Museum of American Art, a $450 million project nearly a decade in the making, and plunks down into it with some evident relief. 459 more words

The Soul of the Whitney: On the First Night at New York's Grand Riverside Museum

On the 8th floor of the Whitney’s new home in the Meatpacking District—past the horde of tux-clad first-tier donors, up the elevators designed by the late Richard Artschwager equipped with mini martini bars, down the steel-slashed grand hallway sprung forth from the mind of Renzo Piano, and out to the entrance of the top floor balcony with big Manhattan-wide vistas—stood Adam Weinberg, the museum’s director, contemplating his new domain. 1,220 more words

The Whitney's First Show Will Pack In 407 Artists From the Permanent Collection

The Whitney Museum of American Art is nearly ready to open the doors to its brand spanking new Renzo Piano-designed building in the Meatpacking district. Out with the old, and in with the new. 1,058 more words

Concrete Jungle

One of my favorite parts of NYC is the Meatpacking District. The area’s name quite literally comes from being home to hundreds of meat packing and slaughtering houses in the previous century, which slowly then transitioned to an area full of nightclubs. 127 more words

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Worker Killed At Construction Site Dirt Collapse In Meatpacking District

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A construction worker was killed Monday, after he was buried by dirt that collapsed at a Meatpacking District construction site.

Police were called at 12:13 p.m. 87 more words