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An Oasis in a City


Nestled on the corner of 15th and Peachtree in the heart of Midtown is a tiny green oasis, complete with blooming flora, seating with umbrellas and a statue. This urban retreat is just one of Atlanta’s many pocket parks.

To design a truly great city, including pocket parks is key. Unlike large parks, they can be easily scattered throughout a city, providing the community with accessible, green spaces, albeit on a smaller scale. Parks large and small are attributed to improved mental health, healthier lifestyles and economic development.

Become familiar with Atlanta’s pocket parks using Curbed’s guide, “Itty-Bitty City Parks.”

Matt Mitchell, HGOR

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