The High Line—otherwise known as the universal answer to the question "Where the hell should I take my visiting aunt/business associate/john?"—will be adding another element to the already enjoyable elevated park: The Spur, a giant, leafy bowl to be located at the walkway's northeast terminus.

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James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro, courtesy of the City of New York

The Spur—named for its former role as a nexus to the Morgan Processing and Distribution Center—will be located at the the widest portion of the High Line, extending across the intersection of 10th Avenue and West 30th Street. In addition to offering "dense woodland plantings that create an intimate setting," the structure will also house a public restroom, eliminating the need to wonder whether anyone can see you crouching behind the woodland grasses. (We can!)

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James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro, courtesy of the City of New York

The Spur will mark the completion of the High Line's third and final section, which planners hope to finish by 2014, though Friends of the High Line note the structure will take an additional year or two after the rest of the West Side Rail Yards development is finished.