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Parklets Around the World

San Francisco


24th Street Parklet sponsored by Martha & Bros. Coffee Company.
photo by: San Francisco Planning Department


Luna Rienne Gallery’s parklet adds a unique artistic feature to the street.
photo by: San Francisco Planning Department


The parklet outside the Haight Street Market provides a relaxing gathering space for visitors.
photo by: San Francisco Planning Department


Bicycle parking is a common feature of many parklets in San Francisco.
photo by: San Francisco Planning Department

Los Angeles


Los Angeles’ first parklet on York Boulevard.
photo by: Michael Jacobs, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage


The parklet in Eagle Rock provides a place to exercise, play, and relax.
photo by: Sam Lubell/AN

Vancouver


Parklet at 14th Avenue and Main Street in Vancouver, BC.
photo by: Parallelpark.ca


The “Urban Pasture” on Robson Street provides pedestrians
with a place to sit on this busy retail corridor.
photo by: UBC ISIS Research Centre

Philadelphia


People enjoy a bite to eat in one of Philly’s University City District parklets.
photo by: Haley Waugh, NakedPhilly.com


The Logan Parklet provides numerous seating options for its users.
photo by: Christine Fisher, Planphilly.com


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