The City of London has created its own dataset of the city’s privately owned public space.
Boston Harbor Now, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the public realm along Boston’s Harbor, has published a map locating
Long-time San Francisco Chronicle urban design critic John King writes about POPS and the challenge of keeping some of them
John Hill’s “A Daily Dose of Architecture” blog entry weighs the new owner’s proposal to eliminate the arcades and through
Senior tech reporter Stephanie Lee writes about Apple’s efforts to make, some would argue brand, its stores into “town squares.”
This examination of London POPS popularizes the phrase “pseudo-public space” and provides maps and other data for thinking about the
The Boston Globe editorializes in favor of creating a New York-style POPS inventory.
Jason Sayer reports in the ArchitectsNewspaper about approved modifications to the privately owned public spaces at 701 Lexington Avenue, formerly
An audit by the City Comptroller’s Office reveals that 55% of POPS locations have conditions in violation of applicable legal
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