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We plan to transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into a vibrant community green space using new solar technology.
We plan to transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into a vibrant community green space using new solar technology.
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      ben komoroff on September 27, 2013

      I'm all for parties and getting the info out there for people to care about but weren't you supposed to build a park at some point ? Or have you become pseudo celebs to cool for work

    2. Jacqueline Skelton on December 10, 2012

      Now that you are selling TShirts and other items I am wondering if we are going to be able to exchange our original Kickstarter shirts? I was one of those whose shirts were extremely small, I ordered a Large shirt and the one I received, marked Large, would fit my tiny 12 year old niece.

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      annette on December 4, 2012

      Hi! I hope it is going well.
      I'm wondering if you will send the tote bag?
      Thanks!

    4. Jennifer L on August 12, 2012

      Hey Brett -- your name is here http://thelowline.org/supporters/kickstarter-backers -- that's where all the names are. I figured I'd go check, as my heart goes out to the people putting this project together -- it is SO ambitious -- when you realize the Highline has raised 350 milllion dollars -- you start to realize what this group is up against. And, they're working with the City of NY, and underground.

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      Joe Angy on August 1, 2012

      I never got my t-shirt, and they never replied back to me, I heard a lot of people did not receive their reward, any update on this? Thank you

    6. Musictwig on July 29, 2012

      Just checking in, as I have not received my button yet.

    7. Brett Nieland on July 12, 2012

      A few points:

      My name ("Brett Nieland") did not show up on the website.

      There is no obvious contact information on the site.

      A running donation, especially with dates at which each 5k of the goal were reached would give some sense of the support the project is getting, inspiring people to donate.

      More communication! Even details you do not find significant will add to backers sense of being part of the project; otherwise one gets the feeling that you took the money and wasted it on Skittles.

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      Katie D. (deleted) on July 5, 2012

      I walked the Highline for the first time this past week. It was such an exciting experience and I really think the LowLine will bring the same degree of community and awe to the city and be a perfect complement to the Highline.

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      Jedd Ehrmann on June 20, 2012

      just got my shirt - thanks....

    10. Jacqueline Skelton on June 19, 2012

      I received my T-Shirt yesterday and it is tiny. I always get a Mens Large and this Mens Large looks like maybe a childs Large. Is there any way to exchange it for one that fits.

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      John Colglazier on June 18, 2012

      I received my gift today for backing the project and have a couple of comments. 1) The coupon for the Tenement Museum expires in 9 days, June 27th, and is not valid on Saturdays. I live in Washington, D.C. and probably wont be able to make it to NYC in 9 days. I would have like to see a longer expiration date on the coupon. 2) I would have liked to see the T-shirt designed through a USA-made t-shirt company (American Apparel or similar). Thanks.

    12. Eli Katz on May 30, 2012

      Agreed. Anything happening ??

    13. Andrew on May 3, 2012

      Mens Medium please

    14. Laird Popkin
      Superbacker
      on May 1, 2012

      Even though I'm not in NYC any more, I'm very excited about the project, happy to have contributed, and I'd love to see pictures posted as the design and building of the park progresses.

      For the T-shirt size. men's XL. Thanks!

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      Matt Stebbins on April 18, 2012

      CONGRATS! I'll be eager to come out and visit when done/under construction. Men's Large please.

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      Persis Thorndike on April 18, 2012

      Hooray! :-) Women's large for me please. Thanks.

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      Bridget on April 17, 2012

      Congratulations! Size small for me, please.

    18. Neasa Martin on April 17, 2012

      Congratulations! No spot on the form to tell you the Tshirt size - Men's large please.

    19. Andrew Sand on April 16, 2012

      There was no spot on the form for t-shirt size. Men's medium for me. Thanks!

    20. Michael Hossen on April 16, 2012

      Medium tee please.

    21. Eli Katz on April 16, 2012

      Also didn't enter t-shirt size in address form.

      Men's Adult Large please.

      Congrats!!!

    22. Elisa Ellsworth on April 16, 2012

      T- shirt size is in the extra space of address....Smiles, Elisa

    23. smile from The Lower East Side on April 16, 2012

      I had the same issue a lot people seem to, no space to enter t-shirt size on the survey. I'll take an Adult Small/Medium. Congrats on the funding. Looking forward to seeing how the project develops — smile

    24. Christine Black-Reimel on April 16, 2012

      Congratulaions on the funding!!! I'm so glad this is happening. I put my T-shirt size in one of the extra address fields.

    25. Kirsten Haugen on April 16, 2012

      So glad this got funded. I live in Oregon, and only get to NY on occasion, but it's so worth it to know a project like this can really happen.

    26. Anittah Patrick on April 16, 2012

      @Jennifer, that's a great idea re: a round two possible schwag item.

      FYI: for those whose backing includes a tee shirt, I hacked the "name" field of the form and input my shirt size there bracketed with parentheses.

      Hugs to all y'all!! xo

    27. Carl Gilchrist
      Superbacker
      on April 16, 2012

      Ditto. No space for t-shirt size, or what name to appear as backer.

    28. Nicholas Coblence on April 16, 2012

      SO happy about this!!

    29. Danny Alexander on April 16, 2012

      Just filled out my mailing address, but there was no option for the t-shirt size?

    30. Darren Hupke on April 8, 2012

      I don't live in NY, I have never been to NY, but I gave you my support! If me and my wife can get to NY in the future to celebrate our LATE honeymoon, I look forward to checking it out!

    31. Brantley Love on April 6, 2012

      Congratulations!

    32. Jennifer L on April 6, 2012

      Sorry, meant cost of a book would have been minimal -- the impact, amazing :) Am looking forward to your next round of fundraising! Congrats on hitting the goal

    33. Jennifer L on April 6, 2012

      I wish you'd have done some kind of limited edition screen print, or a book of the project notes -- something other than the t-shirt, tote bag reward. Cost for a book (self-publish somewhere) with your notes, plans, etc. would have been amazing ... and I would have been much more willing to part with 100 for that over the other swag.

    34. Gilbert Farmers Market on April 5, 2012

      Some great forward thinking!

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      G. Christopher Blauvelt on April 5, 2012

      When do you mail out the T-shirts?

      Chris

    36. Brett on April 4, 2012

      Alright guys, every day since I have backed this project I've been checking it in hopes to see them hit their 150k goal. I think it's a great project, and a very small margin to close. I realized that instead of looking towards others to do this it would I would up my pledge 20 bucks. This is next to nothing, but every bit helps! I challenge anyone that has already backed this, to increase theirs by $10... if a 1/8th of you guys did that, they would hit $150,000 easily. Lets make it happen!

    37. Adam E Ornstein on March 26, 2012

      This is a cool project, Let us know if we can come preview the. Space, or even help out

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      Tina Smith (deleted) on March 25, 2012

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    39. Brett Nieland on March 22, 2012

      I can't wait 'till phase 2. I think many many of us will be happy to contribute to the full scale project. It would be wonderful if we could fund the whole thing online!

    40. Commons Designs Group on March 21, 2012

      This project is amazing! I can't wait to go there and check it out!

    41. Kevin Yuan on March 19, 2012

      As a Landscape Architecture student, I upvote this.

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      Boniface Law on March 19, 2012

      Amazing project, cheers to creativity, ingenuity, and vision, changing the world one step at a time. Special shout out from one Cornellian to another!

    43. Rune Eskildsen on March 14, 2012

      Great project to support!!

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      Riccardo Fontanella on March 13, 2012

      Great idea!!!! Good luck from Naples

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      Doomedpaladin on March 5, 2012

      You guys should hook up with these guys and recycle the water that goes through the park, hell maybe even include a pool or small waterpark: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/694835844/pool-a-floating-pool-in-the-river-for-everyone…

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