I can't imagine this area of the neighborhood surviving the next 10 years. Anything of architectural or commercial note around here is either decaying, or closed. The remainder of the street seems too be composed of mid-century excuses for housing.
There are some really fantastic stores that line the blocks, with great old signs, but so many were simply closed when I was up here. A lot of the places (such as the video store) look like they'll simply be run out of business, if-not by local competition, then by the modern computer age (Netflix).