Hampden is all set, how about Remington? That’s something we imagine developers intoning as they squint into the distance from the top of the nearly unrecognizable Rotunda. Seawall might be a well-intentioned developer, but they remain a developer, and their mission for Remington is as unwieldy as the four-legged “R” that looms over a dominion of mulch and 7-Eleven. The website for “R. House,” located in the former Anderson Auto building, is front-loaded with future hashtags like “Food and drink concepts” and “original restaurant concepts,” which is a lot of concepts, something developers throw around when they can’t or won’t pinpoint a community’s actual needs. At the risk of speaking on behalf of the humans who already live in Remington, what about a place to buy pre-conceptual food (i.e. groceries), or spend time outdoors (i.e. park), without having to shell out for another ticket to gimmicky sideshows of consumer culture?