Max Scott
Max Scott is an undergraduate senior majoring in Liberal Arts and double minoring in Urban Studies and Capitalism Studies. His interests lie at the intersection of urban planning, public policy, history, and social justice. He co-chairs the Outreach Committee of the Western Queens Community Land Trust (WQCLT, website: http://wqclt.org) and writes about issues of gentrification and housing policy on his website Buildings of New York (https://buildingsofnewyorkcity.com). He has worked as the Urban Climate and Science editor for Resilience Quarterly at the Urban Systems Lab and is currently an Editorial Intern at Untapped Cities.
The High Line in the mid 20s in Chelsea Manhattan NYC
Secrets of NYC

The Forgotten Half of NYC’s High Line

The High Line is one of New York's most famous and successful parks, but did you know that the original railroad tracks on which it sits used to be 50% longer than the park is today?
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