The Great City
Obviously, they designers of this city have spent a great deal more time thinking about the design than I have, so I want to know their reason for making the city fit 80 thousand people. My ideal living space is also a very dense urban core with surrounding green space, but each is much smaller. I would like for each city unit to be small enough that you can recognize most of your fellow residents on sight, and have a sense of common identity. 80k is big enough for empathy fatigue to set in rather quickly.
It’s likely that the designers did not have the idea of a cohesive community as a primary goal. Their main goals were efficiency and a pleasant living area, which they have (theoretically) accomplished, stunningly so. A fortunate side effect of this will indeed be a slightly better community, but not nearly as much as if they had made that one of their core tenets from the start.