As I first entered the market place, I noticed the big space that it occupied. I am from this area, so I know that this place was recently renovated from the old Sears building. I entered in a door by the Holy Land Bakery, so I got this tremendous scent of food. It smelt so good, I had to go and get a gyro right away. As I sat and ate my sandwich, I saw a lot of people that looked to be on their lunch break. Some were construction workers, others businessmen, nurses and doctors. And there were people employed here at the market cleaning up after those who chose to take their lunch break here. I assume that if I would have come here at a different time, I would have seen a totally different crowd. This place is a big attraction because it is in the center of so many other businesses, and there is a huge hospital very close to the market.
Energy can be a action or a source of power. The energy (as a action) was unbelievable. There were tons of people, and each had their own agenda. Some were in a rush, and others were just out for a stroll. One way to produce some energy (as a action) would be to have some live music playing. Nothing heavy or noisy, but a nice quiet piano or something to that nature. People would definitely get in the mood when they step into the Midtown Market. Energy (as a source of power) could rely less on artificial lighting and more natural lighting. If there were more windows, I think that it would bring the outside in, and the inside out. The building would feel more in place if all the exterior walls were replaced with gigantic windows.