Maybe Dennis Lieb or someone in the comments will have a good explanation for why this won’t work, but I think it’s worth asking why there isn’t ground floor retail planned for Easton’s inter-modal center on 3rd Street. That seems like a real missed opportunity. The other side of the street has a lot of underutilized ground floor retail. It seems reasonable to think that when this building goes up, those parcels will become more valuable since there’ll be more foot traffic. But there could be even more foot traffic if the inter-modal building also had retail spaces facing the sidewalk. There’s an opportunity here to really improve the commercial strip down 3rd Street and put some more high quality retail spaces on the market.