One year ago, this past Thursday, the second phase of the High Line was opened to the public after a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by Hizzoner. This opening was just as anticipated as the long-stalled project HL23 (515-517 West 23rd St.) by the L.A.-based architect Neil Denari. Renderings for this project were first released during the last economic boom cycle, but as the markets succumbed to the pressures of the recession, the opening and first sale were delayed for years. Now, just a little over a year since the first tenant was allowed to move in, the building is over 60 percent occupied.

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