The High Line elevated park, a destination for locals and tourists alike, is growing.
Public officials formally broke ground this week on the third and final section of the park, built atop an out-of-use elevated railway in Manhattan. The new section will run from West 30th Street to West 34th Street, from 10th Avenue to 12th Avenue. The park already runs from below West 13th Street up to West 30th Street. More than 10 million people have visited the walkway since it opened in 2009. Part of the final section is expected to open to the public in 2014, officials said.