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The last time C-III Capital Partners did a 421-a deal [a New York City property tax exemption for new multifamily buildings] it was in Long Island City before the recent rent regulations went into place. Since then, the math for a project to pencil has gotten harder, said Paul Hughson, executive managing director of the real estate investment company.

To do 421-a, you generally pick where 70% of the units are free market and 30% are affordable, he explained. Now though, “in order to be out from under the rent stabilization law, you need to have $2,775 [per month] or greater rents.”

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