Close out the week with a tour of the strangest and loveliest Privately Owned Public Spaces (“a plaza, arcade, or other outdoor or indoor space provided for public use by a private office or residential building owner in return for a zoning concession”) in Lower Manhattan. What are these odd corners? They’re our spaces–what do we do with them? Everything from civil resistance, to a place to rest if you don’t have a home. Hint: The most famous POPS is Zuccotti Park.
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