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I'm quite confident that the market can figure out if too many small units are being built and adjust to building larger units if that's what makes more money because no one is willing to buy/rent the small units.
In San Francisco, there's some indication we may have reached saturation. At least one recently constructed, prominent micro unit building is being sold to an educational institution for student housing. I'm not sure if that's an indication the market wouldn't absorb the units or not.

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I do not care for beets. Never liked them, not sure why. I personally do not understand why anyone would want to eat them. However, I'm perfectly fine with allowing beet farmers to continue growing beets and for people to continue consuming them. If people start switching from beef to beets and the volume grown increases by 10x, great! If people wise up to how disgusting beets are and demand drops by 90%, great! Who cares!?
I love beets. One of my favorite veggies, especially pickled. Don't bash beets!
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