I think the point is you can easily lease the lot to a developer under the agreement that XX number of spots are provided in a valet operated underground parking garage. Boyds owns the land. There's no difference to a Boyd's shopper if he pulls into a street parking lot or a garage to have his car valeted. Curb cut stays basically the same. Also, Boyd's could potentially have first look at whatever retail space would be carved out of the new building for expansion or other needs. Not to mention, at current Center City condo/apartment $$ rates, Boyds would be adding dozens of well-heeled potential customers 30 feet from their front door. The city gets rid of a low-performing lot, pedestrians get an improved streetscape, etc. It's seems like a win, win, win, win, win, win all around.