Sadie Walters and Manpreet Kaur chat on a couch placed in a parking spot converted to a parklet on Salisbury Street during Raleigh’s First Friday celebration on Friday, June 6. The parklets are a new type of public space sanctioned by the city of Raleigh, and placed semi-permanently atop curbside parking places.
Sadie Walters and Manpreet Kaur chat on a couch placed in a parking spot converted to a parklet on Salisbury Street during Raleigh’s First Friday celebration on Friday, June 6. The parklets are a new type of public space sanctioned by the city of Raleigh, and placed semi-permanently atop curbside parking places. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Sadie Walters and Manpreet Kaur chat on a couch placed in a parking spot converted to a parklet on Salisbury Street during Raleigh’s First Friday celebration on Friday, June 6. The parklets are a new type of public space sanctioned by the city of Raleigh, and placed semi-permanently atop curbside parking places. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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