I just posted about this in the Mountain West thread but the skybridge should be eliminated. Sky-bridges take away street-level pedestrian activity and shift it inwards instead.
Skybridges don't make the connection
"Skybridges also foster less public investment in the street. After all, if people are supposed to cross upstairs, we don't need those crosswalks any more. Maybe we can get rid of this light. How about an extra turn lane in front of this new complex? Wouldn't traffic move better with a flyover ramp in addition to the walkway? And before you know it, the street that was formerly a suburban arterial has practically turned into a freeway—the exact opposite of the boulevard citizens want. Once you take away pedestrians, there's no reason to engineer what remains for pedestrians, and the cycle of auto dependency gets deeper..."
Additionally, the blank wall at ground-level on the building on the left should be changed or eliminated. Blank walls at ground-level do nothing to create a vibrant streetscape and appear to be a cold, concrete, bunker.