I ate there they are thriving streets are closed and have small green houses set up for people to eat in and the insides are open as well the restaurants are being able to hold more people and are super busy.Also, I hope most of the good eats around there survived Covid. That is a super foody neighborhood. Rivian employees there will have some excellent lunches.
Construction is never quick and easy. (as anyone that has done home renovations using a contractor(s) can attest to....).Wife just sold her condo in that 'hood and that entire street is an amazing food destination. Really enjoyed living there.
Good to see Rivian making progress on the joint but had hoped they would be further along than it appears they are (assuming the photos in the post are current).