Agreed, and in this case, I don't think this really does much other than essentially enclose the plaza and add square footage to the lobby level. I don't think we're getting retail, and I'd call it a marginal addition to the urban environment here. In fairness, it's not all 50 Staniford's fault. The rest of the street (both sides) is trash from a pedestrian scale standpoint.This wave of lobby/retail frontage renovations is a real mixed bag. I get the need to modernize, but so often the result is the equivalent of wearing a flashy pair of shoes to distract from (but ironically highlight) a crappy outfit.