In Hyde Park, you’re more likely to encounter articulate residents and local bakeries than noisy crowds and raucous bars. Small-town charm emanates from Hyde Park’s coffee shops and markets, and the neighborhood’s historic homes, well-tended lawns, and tree-shaded streets all contribute to its inviting walkability. Getting to Downtown requires a quick ride via bike or public transit—luckily Hyde Park is served by multiple MetroBus lines.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Hyde Park: A Neighborhood That Feels Like Home
If outdoor activities are your thing, its a short drive to Lady Bird Lake, Lake Austin and Lake Travis for water activities and well-kept hiking and running trails."
Laid-Back Local Business In Hyde Park
A Hyde Park Community Portrait
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Suzanne Koett is a photographer and art educator living in Austin, TX. She first started in photography at age 14 in the SF Bay Area and hasn't put down the camera since. Her work has evolved, but you can still find her photographing in an occasional mosh pit. Suzanne's work oscillates between conceptual bodies of work shown in galleries and editorial essays that are published in magazines.
I'm a photographer & designer living in Chicago, IL. I'm passionate about cultivating a culture of well-lived life through authentic community. When I'm not creating, you can find me: exploring new cities, drinking massive amounts of coffee, digging through vintage shops, enjoying the latest restaurants, and spending time with loved ones.