Construction continues on SOM’s High Line Moynihan Connector

Following its previous work on Manhattan West, 35 Hudson Yards, and the adaptive reuse of the Farley Building into Moynihan Train Hall, SOM continues to put its stamp on Midtown West. The next phase of the firm’s latest intervention in the Manhattan neighborhood has begun, with the now under construction High Line Moynihan Connector. The Connector will serve as a bridge linking each of the aforementioned areas and will offer an easier pedestrian route above the street level.

SOM worked alongside landscape studio James Corner Field Operations—an original member of the High Line design team—to realize the two continuous bridges that encompass a 600-foot linear

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