The mindset of the average person won't change until they see solid progress. The way to do that is to draw residents into downtown GC. The way do that is yes, restaurants, but other people gathering places, including proper type of housing that will appeal to the type of people targeted. Granite is off to a good start with aesthetically pleasing street improvements, a new theater and new restaurants. IOW, the types of things that will make people not only want to eat and be entertained there, but to live there as well. I'll add, that's why it's important to get Metrolink to come through Granite. TOD (transportation oriented development) is a very successful, tried and true formula. Plenty of info on TOD and urban development on the internet.