Zach Mortice reviews City Hyde Park in the October issue of Metropolis.
“City Hyde Park has a chance at making its neighborhood more of a heterogeneous, social place. But the types of interaction Gang’s building offers aren’t just for rowdy summer nights and early morning yoga. It might start there, but Gang believes familiarity breeds empathy and empathy builds great cities. ‘If the social fabric starts to degrade and we don’t care about each other,’ she says, ‘how do we continue to be connected?’”
Blair Kamin reviews City Hyde Park.