Transforming the Big Apple

New York City's crowded urban concrete jungle is nearly unrecognizable from the swampy wilderness it once was. Don explores the hidden corners of New York where lost traces of the city can still be found.

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Bryant Park

Bryant Park is one of Manhattan's more popular parks, where thousands of nine-to-fivers gather during their lunch hour to lounge on the grass and take advantage of the free WIFI.

 
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Chelsea Piers

First opened as passenger ship terminal, the Chelsea Piers was the intended destination of the ill-fated Titanic in April of 1912. Today, this area is a 28-acre public recreation wonderland along Manhattan's Hudson River.

 
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The High Line

The High Line was a 13-mile- elevated railroad platform that was originally constructed in the 1930s to take dangerous freight trains off of Manhattan's crowded streets. Portions of the original High Line have been transformed into a public park.

 

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