This particular plaza is over sixty years old, and has very little to recommend it other than the fact that the other "anchor store" is the area's biggest supermarket. I wouldn't be surprised to see the JCP wing of the complex demolished as a way of cutting the losses -- we're overwhelmed with vacant plaza space at other "shopping centers" here in town as it is. What they could do is turn it into an indoor impound lot for illegally parked cars, with a credit-card swipe reader on the doors. To reclaim your car you go up there, run your card and pay your fine, and the door unlatches to let you out. But that won't happen, because our local "creative economy" is not very creative at all.