Photo: APOPS@MAS (2012) 325 Fifth Avenue Information on this privately owned public space will be provided shortly. Participate Cancel reply CommentProblemPhoto/VideoProfile(Re)designProgram*Required. Your name will be published. Your email address will not be published.CommentHeads up! You are attempting to upload an invalid image. If saved, this image will not display with your comment.Attach an Image or PDFName * Email * 13 User Submissions 10.23.12 submitted by: nanya This space is NEVER open. 07.13.15 submitted by: Peter This space has been closed for literally years and it’s clearly their intention never to see it open to the public again. Infuriating. 07.13.15 submitted by: nanya Three years since my last comment. The space is still closed. 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H Fence/Gate closed. 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H The POPS at 325 5th Avenue (actually on 33rd between 5th Ave. & Madison Ave.) would be a great public space, if it was actually open or even intended to be open. As the comments from 2012 and 2015 indicate and my recent site visit in September 2017 confirmed, the space is closed off and the space is used as construction storage for construction work that does not seem to be happening anywhere nearby. If open, the various seating options – including high-top bar-style tables – would be great for mid-day office lunches or evening relaxation, but unfortunately it is now used for construction material storage and motorcycle parking. 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H Motorcycle Parking 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H Motorcycle parking and scaffolding 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H Construction materials storage and seating/chairs 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H Seating and plantings 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H Locked gate/fence and movable chairs that are intended to rotate around the table 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H Entire frontage on 33rd Street, looking southeast 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H 33rd Street frontage, looking south. The POPS space supposedly extends further south towards 32nd Street, but the view (and space) is blocked by the inaccessible frontage and the scaffolding and construction materials. 09.26.17 submitted by: Bill H 33rd Street frontage, looking southwest. The mural would be better appreciated if the public could approach and view it in an off-sidewalk environment that is more relaxing.