"This is an indispensable guide to New York City′s 500–plus privately owned public spaces. The book′s marathon undertaking is required reading for anyone interested in the history and development of modern New York."–Laurie Beckelman, Vice President, World Monuments Fund
"New York City has 40 years of experience in creating public spaces on private property through zoning. This book covers it all–from sorry examples to brilliant successes. Other cities should learn from this experience."–Con Howe, Director of Planning, City of Los Angeles
Law: Design, Operation, and Enforcement.
Brooklyn and Queens.
Table: Privately Owned Public Spaces, by Address and Classification.