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ON A POPS

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Pops Problem

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WRITE A
POPS PROFILE

(Re)Design A Pops

Photograph/
Video a Pops

Propose a POPS Program

Find A Pops

To engage with a New York City privately owned public space, select a POPS.

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COMMENT
ON A POPS

Have a pithy comment about a POPS?

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Report A
Pops Problem

Is a POPS closed when it should be open? Are movable chairs missing? You are helping, not squealing, by revealing.

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Rate A Pops

Help grade POPS, with five stars for excellent, four for very good, three for good, two for fair, and one for poor.

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WRITE A
POPS PROFILE

Be complimentary or critical, serious or whimsical, theoretical or practical, but do it in 500 words or less.

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(Re)Design A Pops

Represent your ideas in plan, sketch, perspective, section, whatever, and maybe the owner will retain you.

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Photograph/
Video a Pops

Get your best Berenice Abbott on.

Select the POPS you want to submit a photo or video of, then scroll to the bottom of the page.

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Propose a POPS Program

Music, theatre, dance, visual arts, whatever…we do not book POPS but we may be able to connect you with management.

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News & Announcements

Stones from 19th century Hudson River Railroad embankment identified at an Upper West Side POPS.  learn more
Owners upgrade POPS at 560 Lexington.  learn more
The Guardian continues its exploration of privately owned public space in London.  learn more
Where is the legally required marble bench across from the elevators in the Trump Tower covered pedestrian space?  learn more
Has Harley-Davidson improperly motored into TriBeCa POPS?  learn more
Owner proposes to upgrade through block privately owned public space between 52nd and 53rd Streets west of Sixth Avenue.  learn more
Seven-acre Toronto project relies on POPS rather than parks.  learn more
Is upgrading POPS a trend? Read Keiko Morris’ Wall Street Journal article.  learn more
Touring the POPS of Occupy Wall Street.  learn more
A Canadian radio program talks about POPS that exclude the public.  learn more