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Privately-owned public open spaces (POPOS) are publicly accessible spaces in forms of plazas, terraces, atriums, small parks, and even snippets which are provided and maintained by private developers. In San Francisco, POPOS mostly appear in the Downtown office district area. Prior to 1985, developers provided POPOS under three general circumstances: voluntarily, in exchange for a density bonus, or as a condition of approval. The 1985 Downtown Plan created the first systemic requirements for developers to provide publicly accessible open space as a part of projects in C-3 Districts. The goal was to “provide in the downtown quality open space in sufficient quantity and variety to meet the needs of downtown workers, residents and visitors.” (See Planning Code Section 138 for regulations). Since then, project sponsors for residential projects may provide POPOS instead of their required open spaces in the Downtown Residential (DTR) and Eastern Neighborhoods (Section 135 of the Planning Code). Learn more at http://sf-planning.org/privately-owned-public-open-space-and-public-art-popos
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Culture and Recreation
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popos, open space
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Field Names:

NAME
name
POPOS_ADDRESS
popos_address
HOURS
hours
TYPE
type
LANDSCAPING
landscaping
SEATING_No
seating_no
FOOD_SERVICE
food_service
Art
art
RESTROOMS
restrooms
Accessibility
accessibility
LOCATION
location
YEAR
year
SOURCE
source
Food
food
Seating
seating
Description
description
Seating_and_Tables
seating_and_tables
Hours_Type
hours_type
Subject_To_Downtown_PLN
subject_to_downtown_pln
Signage
signage
Amenities
amenities
BLOCK_NUM
block_num
LOT_NUM
lot_num
PARCEL_NUM
parcel_num
Restroom
restroom
Indoor
indoor
Special_Amenities
special_amenities
Map ID
map_id
the_geom
the_geom
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