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Park(ing) Day: More From Manhattan

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The folks at HR&A Advisors set up an outdoor office in their Columbus Circle Park(ing) spot, complete with wi-fi and business attire.

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It may not have had sod, but this spot on Broadway and 74th Street got a lot of attention from curious passersby. Maybe in part because of the great snacks. (Thanks again for the granola!)

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Here's a solar panel-powered laptop on W. 88th, near Broadway. This was probably the quietest spot I visited all day. Tucked away on a neighborhood street, it was ideal for afternoon reading.

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That will (probably) do it for us today. We're sure to have more Park(ing) Day coverage next week, so please keep those pics coming to tips@streetsblog.org, or uploaded to Flickr with a "streetsblog" tag.

Photos: Brad Aaron

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