PlaySpace West
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Toddlers can be independent but moms can be nearby
They can be high off the floor and protected
Sand box and carpeted climbing wall
Play house and toddler corner
Kids' history of architecture in plywood
Cafe turns into stage for shows
A busy day at PlaySpace
House wrecker

'Son of PlaySpace' appeared on the Upper West Side, bigger and more evolved than the first one and became an immediate hit with the neighborhood. It stuck around for ten years until the unnatural selection of real estate competition forced it to close, to the dismay of hundreds of families who made it a second home and a community hub.