They still have this overhead view:
Looks like a nice balance of buildings and public open space. I hope we see some higher quality materials like granite blocks and a continuation of the wooden boardwalk theme. The gravel/concrete semi-parking area that is there now is low quality, unattractive, and unsuitable for what could be a prime waterfront public space right by the heart of the city.
The pool (5) is a cool feature and could be great. It is a lot more interesting when there's more of an interaction between the boardwalk and water, with some little inlets and bridges, than when you just have a long, straight path with water on one side.