I don’t have to tell you about The High Line, right? If you’ve not walked it, you must have heard of the elevated tracks, originally used to offload goods from trains to storage, repurposed 5 years ago into an imaginative elevated urban park. It’s success has been off the charts. The entrance is a block from my house, so I use it to get to Chelsea (as long as I don’t have Lamonte in tow, as there are no dogs allowed, a fact that used to upset me, but I get why now. Phase 3 is set to open on Sunday, September 21. This section starts at 30th street and goes west toward the river and then wraps around the new development, Hudson Yards which is being built over the existing train depot underground. One remaining section, the “10th Avenue spur”, where there will be “an extraordinary, sheltered, and vegetated interior room” will not be opening until construction is completed on the 52-story tower tower that straddles this section of the park in late 2015.