The windows are so ... without symmetry ... hodgepodge the way they appear. I imagine rooms will need a custom valance to hide the different height and length of mullions and glass. Definitely not my style and something I would never live or buy into.
Actually a hardware store would be absolutely mint for the area, especially for all of the condo dwellers who don't need to make a trip out to Home Depot on 111/Groat Road. To that extent, I think an IKEA Planning Studio (like the one in London) would be pretty neat for that same target market as well.
Another entertainment option would be really good as well, I like the e-Gaming or bowling alley idea too.
Basically anything that complements the urban dwellers in the area would be a good start. The place should be walkable and people should want to go street-level to get what they need. I hope the retail bays are given some thought of what kind of neighborhood they want to create. No more cannabis, hair studios, or pharmacies please.