Being worried about outdoor seating is a step forward, or at least an improvement from the time when the goal was to have none so as not to attract the undesirables.Wedgeguy wrote:David the white folks that I was talking about was the planners and the city that seem to be oblivious to what really makes a city a live, and a thriving place. The graphics alone show that they think the mall should be a park and not a thriving destination for people of all walks of life. They are more worried about outdoor seating that they are the number of doors that would provide retail that will keep people coming to the mall and spending time and money in the area. Not just sitting on their asses on movable chairs, But spending time making the area a dynamic place and a true destination.
But, yeah, not as big as having other reasons for people to be there and places for them to do stuff. Although there are improvements on that front coming to City Center.