• Central Park - and City Spaces Like It - Could Combat Loneliness

    3 days ago - By WWD

    On Thursday night in Central Park, New York City Parks Department commissioner Mitchell Silver mulled loneliness.
    He'd read a study earlier that day that stated residents of urban areas are, generally speaking, more lonely than those who live in rural locations. Silver said he was taken with the idea of designing cities and utilizing spaces to help combat that kind of loneliness.
    “We have a lot of spaces in New York City,” he noted, adding one of those places included Central Park itself. He'd come to the park that evening to celebrate the Central Park Conservancy's Winter Party...
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