Contents Introduction: The Invention of Public Space
1. Space and Politics in Lindsay's New York
2. Topographies of Experience: Jacob Riis Plaza
3. Strangers and Neighbors: Residential Territories
4. Open Space as Interface: Vest-Pocket Parks
5. Pedestrian Experiments: Designs on the Street
6. Metropolitan Environments: The Waterfront Park Epilogue: The Deaths and Lives of Urban Public Space Acknowledgments Abbreviations for Frequently Cited Archival Collections Notes Index
Mariana Mogilevich is a historian of architecture and urbanism and editor-in-chief of the Urban Omnibus, the online publication of the Architectural League of New York.