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“ NEW YORK CITY — Rooftops are the city’s equivalent of the suburban backyard — a place where apartment dwellers can go for cookouts and outdoor fun.
And residents are making the most of their space, turning them into oases with plants, grills and other things more often found in gardens.
“The more pioneering way to set your rooftop is to set up a rope hammock,” according to Alex Maclean, author of “Up On The Roof: New York’s Hidden Skyline Spaces,” an extensive photographic book dedicated to how New Yorkers use their rooftops.
Maclean, 65, an architect turned pilot and photographer, took more than … Full Story