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Paley Park in New York, New York

Tucked away in the heart of Midtown—only a few blocks from its sister park, Greenacre—lies the beautifully minuscule refuge that is Paley Park. Dubbed a "vest-pocket" park, it's just 4,200 sq ft., and serves as a retreat from the daily grind of the urban world that exists just outside of its borders. Paley Park’s most significant feature is the 20-foot waterfall that reaches across the entire back of the small space, creating a soothing buffer of sound that helps to drown out the bustle of the surrounding city.
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