Friends of the High Line hosted their annual Spring Benefit on Tuesday, where some of the park's biggest fans including $20 million donors Diane von Furstenberg and husband Barry Diller, Spike Lee, Edward Norton, and many more came out in support.
Also present was artist Jeff Koons who is hoping to suspend a 70-foot "Train" sculpture from a crane above the park, pending a hefty $25 million donation to fund the exciting exhibition.
Proceeds from the benefit would help "build a much-needed maintenance and operations center, expand our High Line Food program," and various public programming efforts.
A recent survey from "Travel & Leisure" ranked the High Line as the 10th most popular landmark in the world.
See photos from the event below:
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