CityLab Interviews Deborah Berke About the Rewards of Working in Mid-Sized Cities
News - March 4
The glass-wrapped entryway of the Henry Hotel, formerly the Richardson-Olmsted Campus, lit internally at dusk.
CityLab, the urbanism publication of The Atlantic, interviewed Deborah about working in mid-sized cities across the country and how architecture can help revitalize downtowns and strengthen a sense of place. Writer Mark Byrnes looks at the 21c Museum Hotels, the Richardson Olmsted Campus, the Cummins Indy Distribution Headquarters and how buildings impact communities more broadly. “Doing meaningful projects in mid-sized cities, where you really feel that saving an old building or doing an infill project to make a street feel whole again, to change a downtown and restore its vibrancy, is really rewarding,” Deborah said. Read the entire interview here.