^In addition to vast square footage of dedicated parking, Harwood and Victory Park built commercial service, entertainment, dining and retail space as an amenity for the office tenants. At some point, the amenities spaces will be able to focus more and more on the resident population of the area, balancing the line-up, extending operating hours. In Victory Park, we're seeing the beginning of such a shift thanks at last to the thousands of residential units built recently.
Maybe it wont be much longer before Harwood is able to become an additional walkable destination. The scope and scale of Harwood Street from Katy Trail to Olive Street will become an entirely new deal and the remaining development will fill out with a much larger presence in the skyline as well as create a half mile stretch of tony sidewalk cafes, 'European Food Hall' promenades, and garden trails.