Elevated highways, rail lines, and freeways create constrained spaces beneath them. Underneath the rumbling cars and screeching trains is a place with little perceived value. “Tear it down and redevelop” is the rallying cry of many urbanists. But what happens when we start to activate the space beneath the infrastructure? We can create unique environments so strongly rooted in their sense of place that if you were to lift off the infrastructural lid, the place would cease to exist.