Yes, this project proposal is in alignment with several of the goals and policy statements provided in the Land Use Plan. This development proposal provides the residential component that is missing from the Sugar Creek Triangle RAC, thereby contributing to the ultimate overall intended mix of uses. It is walkable, engages pedestrians, and activates the street by utilizing wider sidewalks and pedestrian amenities and pulling buildings closer to the street. The development includes a public plaza and outdoor gathering areas, and includes support services for the daytime office population as well as the evening resident population; all of which are in alignment with Plan guidance. The live/work units also support specific guidance from the Land Use Plan policy statement which states that some professionals prefer to conduct business within their home but have a separate dedicated space and entrance for that, thus supporting the live/work configuration as a way to accommodate this lifestyle preference.