pocket park

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pocket park

n.
A very small park in a city or densely populated neighborhood.

pock′et park′


n.
a very small park or outdoor area for public leisure, esp. on a city street.
[1965–70]
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The entrance to the residential tower adjoins a vestpocket park on 38th Street.
Slip away from the noise of the city in its first vestpocket park.
They would be ideal, he says, for an alley surrounded by high-rise hotels in the city's Tenderloin district that is being transformed into a vestpocket park like those popular in New York City.
That means renewed attention to welcoming urban parks, from entire "green necklace" systems within metro areas to the emerald-green sanctuary of small vestpocket parks.
Tot lots or vestpocket parks generally will not accommodate Olympic swimming pools no matter how many people want to take a dip.