I suspected as much, but Inga didn't really clearly state that anywhere in the article.
Originally Posted by thoth
I can understand affordable housing in transitional neighborhoods. In fact, I like the idea of providing a range price points for buyers in that situation. However, in a neighborhood like Logan where these "affordable units" are probably going to match the price of houses in the neighborhood, it doesn't really make any sense. In fact, there's probably a glut of houses at that price in that area, since honestly, who is moving to Logan right now?
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