No. Because most of the land lift goes right back into building permanently affordable units or is captured by the city to help fight homelessness, build affordable rental, repair infrastructure, expand childcare, and accelerate the Climate Emergency Action Plan, there isn’t a profit incentive to build these units.
Instead, the incentive is for groups of people wanting to build together because they can’t afford a standard detached house, or seniors who want to age in place. And at the same time, we can support people who can't afford to buy, or don't have homes at all.
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