Agreed. Who wants good food and quality restaurants located in their neighborhood? How does that improve quality of life or raise property values? Just make slop troughs and manicure/pedicure spas readily available. What else do we need?
I think that space is haunted... City Tavern was doomed from the beginning.
In reality, it'd be nice to have some classic shops running down Michigan. In particular, a bakery and a butcher (no candlestick maker, sorry). Sorry but the yahoos at Whole Foods don't know anything about good meat. I still drive 30 minutes to pick up my steaks.