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Old Posted Feb 11, 2016, 3:19 PM
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"The firm plans to ask for incentives under the city’s Center City Housing Incentive Policy — adopted in 2012 as part of the Decade of Downtown — which includes property tax rebates for up to 15 years, SAWS and city fee waivers, and low-interest loans.

'One of Treviño’s concerns is whether the tower will include affordable housing. Barton said he’s been talking with city officials about including lower-cost units.

'We want to create places where everybody can afford to live,' Treviño said. 'I think that is going to be part of what we’re looking at — can we explore getting some affordable spaces in this project?'"



This is a bit concerning...
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