In the second installation of our new series, NYC Makers, we profile Dan Barasch, Co-Founder of The Lowline and the
We’ve been following the Lowline project for several years and the organization is one of our partners in our tour, the
The Lowline, the world's first underground park, just got official NYC approval. Take a tour of the Lowline Lab with a docent on our upcoming subway tour.
Our upcoming exploration tour of the NYC subway system goes from past to present, to the future – at the Lowline Lab with a tour led by the docents.
A sneak preview inside the Lowline Lab, a 1,100-square-foot mock-up of the underground park, open every weekend starting tomorrow at 140 Essex Street in NYC.
The Lowline Lab has been working to replicate what plant life will be able to exist on the Lower East Side's proposed Lowline. See their work starting Oct. 17.
The Lowline has launched a Kickstarter to fund the Lowline Lab, researching to build the world's first underground park in NYC below Delancey Street.
The Lowline, NYC's first subterranean park, opens up design ideas to middle school students on the Lower East Side at the Mark Miller Gallery.
Our most popular list on Foursquare is our Abandoned NYC list. Some places are break-in-able, some open to the public, some only for the intrepid.
The Lowline cofounder Dan Barasch visited the Brooklyn Futurist Meetup last Wednesday to spell out 10 guiding principles for the world’s first underground park.