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So I’m familiar with a project in a major U.S. city where the local government has agreed to give a big name developer more FAR in return for incorporating performing arts space into their development, which is mostly condos, apartments and some retail. The developer would much prefer to install a health club or restaurant into the project rather than some not-for-profit, but the city stands in the way of greater cash flow from more view space up top.

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