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Few points;

- suggest that City tie Development and Building permit together for rental projects, as they do for small projects, add a large refundable deposit that is relinquished if the project does not break ground within 1 year from approval and continues without interruption.

- the rental rates that are supposed to be 10% below market are actually market or above if the take rents per sf in older buildings.

- ask what buildings are surveyed for market rents? One would get vastly different data from different locations, and different ages and conditions. Was the survey taken from only new projects?

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