It still feels comfortable for pedestrians.

That's pretty devastating in itself, but there's a lot more involved than just economics. Fifty years from now, we don't want to be telling our children stories about casinos.

You can have a pedestrian-friendly district. That can be done through design.

I think it's something that's exciting for the neighborhood, and it also gives the people in the community something to do. In fact, I just saw my neighbor and his wife walking down through there going to the game. Hopefully, I'll probably go when I finally get caught up on work.

This facility is a gold mine waiting to be harvested, a gold mine of jobs.

I don't know of any architects who want to do bad buildings.

This is just one big win.