Connecting Midtown West
The High Line Moynihan Connector marks an important chapter in the decade-long evolution of Midtown West in New York City. Between Penn Station, Moynihan Train Hall, Manhattan West, and Hudson Yards, the neighborhood has emerged as a mixed-use destination knit together by a series of civic spaces that will now be connected to the High Line—one of the most important public spaces and pedestrian paths in Manhattan.
The project forms the final link in a chain of pathways running west from Penn Station to Hudson Yards, and south along the 1.45-mile High Line to the West Village. The seamless, fully accessible connector will provide a dedicated pedestrian space, away from the heavily trafficked area near the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.