This ventilation and noise issue is one reason I think River Point should have maintained an upper level plaza only, with a generous, low-slope ramp down to the Riverbend esplanade.
Of course, none of this will form a usable thoroughfare for pedestrians or cyclists until the City rebuilds the riverwalk by Fulton House and the A
Weese river homes.
The joy and stimulus in architecture is the discovery of fresh combinations of old ingredients appropriate to present problems. I’d rather be right than contemporary. - Harry Weese