Since these buildings are going to be the central piece of a redevelopment strategy for the area, it would also be good to start thinking about how to develop the rail line to connect this place.
But how would that even be possible? They are so close yet so far apart. This is part of the problem with focusing on commuter rail in existing freight rights of way. In this instance, is a freeway alignment better than the freight? It sure looks like it, because it then becomes at least a little walkable, meaning more workers would use the line. I'm not holding out hope that this will actually happen though.