After Jim Brady left the partnership, I knew we were going to get something underwhelming, or a disconnect to public spaces. They jumped into it too fast with the office building and its insurance company tenant. They could have looked for a high-tech company to lease it--one with a more dynamic business model of workers to populate the area. Now, it's a dreary insurance company with proposed high-priced condos next door. And, not much in the way of retail and food and drink options planned. I'm guessing they will squeeze a boutique hotel in here, but certainly one that is more in the upscale range. Rowe's Wharf kind of killed that part of Boston's waterfront with its design of usage (upscale), and this development is somewhat similar. I did go to Twelve last weekend--it's great--but my bar bill (with food) with a friend came to $329 with tip. It was kind of worth it, but not something I will be doing again, or until maybe next year. Mainers beware.