I am going to keep pressing for that little back area to be something special.  Pocket Park - Paley Park in New York City

I am going to keep pressing for that little back area to be something special. Pocket Park - Paley Park in New York City

again -- little back area.  Look at all we can do in a tiny space. John F. Collins Pocket Park

again -- little back area. Look at all we can do in a tiny space. John F. Collins Pocket Park

The Big Reveal: First Designs of the Ridge Avenue Pocket Park Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/property/2015/08/11/ridge-avenue-pocket-park-renderings/#Al4hqJ16ifyDO3d3.99

The Big Reveal: First Designs of the Ridge Avenue Pocket Park Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/property/2015/08/11/ridge-avenue-pocket-park-renderings/#Al4hqJ16ifyDO3d3.99

Architizer is the largest database for architecture and sourcing building products. Home of the A+Awards - the global awards program for today’s best architects.

Architizer is the largest database for architecture and sourcing building products. Home of the A+Awards - the global awards program for today’s best architects.

Court Square Press Courtyard, Boston, Massachusetts  Landworks Studio, Inc., Salem, Massachusetts

Court Square Press Courtyard, Boston, Massachusetts Landworks Studio, Inc., Salem, Massachusetts

This tiny park is across from "my" hotel in NY.....it is a little piece of heaven -Y

This tiny park is across from "my" hotel in NY.....it is a little piece of heaven -Y

Greenacre Park in New York, NY - At only 1/7 acre, this is one of the smallest hidden parks in the city, but it provides a nice lush place to relax and take a break from the urban landscape. The crowning feature of the pocket park is the 25-foot waterfall, which is not only stunning, but also roars away the city noise so you're left in a calming oasis. The park was constructed in 1971 by the Greenacre Foundation after a design by Hideo Sasaki.

Greenacre Park in New York, NY - At only 1/7 acre, this is one of the smallest hidden parks in the city, but it provides a nice lush place to relax and take a break from the urban landscape. The crowning feature of the pocket park is the 25-foot waterfall, which is not only stunning, but also roars away the city noise so you're left in a calming oasis. The park was constructed in 1971 by the Greenacre Foundation after a design by Hideo Sasaki.

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