The Douglass Pointe Lofts at 25th and Delaware is my favorite new project in the city. I’m no architect, but to my untrained eyes they relate well to the street. They manage to look like they have been there for a while, without looking faux-historical. They are mixed use, and bring a street presence back to an area that just over 5 years ago was a run-down and dangerous place. Goose The Market, meanwhile, is the star tenant, selling quality locally-grown goods that had previously been difficult (impossible?) to find anywhere in the city. Just think what Chatham Arch residents may be missing since they have insisted upon the stipulation that the Chatham Center must not sell food. Projects like Douglass Point can serve as a template for positive, mixed-use infill. Kudos to Minkis and Goose.