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ON A POPS

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Pops Problem

WRITE A
POPS PROFILE

(Re)Design A Pops

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a Pops

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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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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
a Pops

Get your best Berenice Abbott on and take a photograph.

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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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News & Announcements

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