That would be nice urbanism, and nice for chiropractors, realtors, small law firms, and others that focus on neighborhood clients. But it would also be harder to finance due to the added complexity and number of uses that need to align. Further, the rents tend to be low for those types in neighborhoods. Worse, demand would be hurt by the Junction and California having too much retail space outside the main core, which is putting a lot of "office" uses in retail spaces. So developers aren't likely to do that willingly.I wish some of these mixed-use buildings would start building 2nd level offices (ala the Broadway Building) in West Seattle. Seems like a no-brainer considering the increased traffic and commute time to DT.