Agreed! Plus, Hooker Harveys is probably more historic than the two homes being preserved on this site. Now it can live on forever.IMO little almost-undevelopable pockets are generally good for the city and the streetscape. It forces fine-grain street level experiences to some extent. Now that could in the future become a park, a public square, a small-scale retail building, a pop up market, a place for food trucks, perhaps the house next door could be turned into a restaurant with a big patio space on the corner where the Harvey's currently is. Now there are so many possibilities!