There are many ways, beyond the prototypical brownstone stoop, that the row house greets the street. The architectural style, era of development, and local land use regulations all play a part, as do the occupants: when space is at premium, people are quick to repurpose it for their needs. Some yards foster sociability, while others stake out private property and provide a barrier between the street and the home. Peer into how row house residents negotiate this semi-public zone — and thus their neighbors and the city at large.
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