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SPUR Forum: The Future of POPOS

1:00 PM PST on March 2, 2015

From SPUR:

Privately owned public open spaces, or POPOS, are gems hidden within downtown San Francisco’s urban fabric. But have they been a viable amenity? As the downtown continues to grow, should property owners be allowed to pay to convert their POPOS to private use? Come learn about the future of POPOS in San Francisco.

+ Josh Switzky / San Francisco Planning Department
+ Tom Radulovich / Livable City
​+ John King / San Francisco Chronicle

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