I think a high-end retail corridor would be beneficial for the Avenue of the Arts, Rittenhouse and Washington Squares, and eventually CC Phila. The corridor would start from Rittenhouse Sq. and end in Washington Sq. It would be like Fifth Ave in NYC, Michigan Ave in Chicago, Newbury and Boylston Sts in Boston, and Rodeo Dr in LA, as far as having boutiques is concerned. I don't think Market and Chestnut would be the high-end retail center because that part is for the common man. We're gonna need some equivalent for high-end, just like the Mall at Penn's Landing at the last post, and the Walnut-Locust has much potential.