Increasing Urban Open Space Through Pocket Parks.

LeFlore, Alison.

Abstract: Pocket parks are the smallest type of park, generally less than one-half acre. Pocket parks provide the same economic, environmental and public health benefits that larger parks provide but are unique in that they can be woven into the urban fabric in even the most developed cities. Even though the existing literature treats pocket parks as a single type of park, they should be categoriz... read more

Tufts University. Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
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