Spaces of negative freedom

This is a concept for an extreme urban public space. It is designed to remove everything that might constrain its use:
No windows from the buildings to the space give this space a unique quality with respect to the possible activities: There is no sense of ownership from residents, signaling everyone that this space is free to occupy for anyone. Compared to most other public spaces, there are no limits to activities producing noise, smell or dirt. There are no windows, and from a network perspective the space is a dead end, removing random pedestrians from passing through. What Jane Jacob's calls "Eyes on the street" and praises for public safety is removed entirely: This is because that "Social control" also prevents any uses that contradict current social norms.
The space is enclosed and faces a wide railway track on the south east side, making many people aware of the space without letting anyone interfere with activities taking place.