A thought has been percolating in my head recently. Having seen more than a few development proposals while stumbling around town for CandysDirt.com, developers always show the same thing: The perfect intersection of mediocrity and profitability. It’s almost always higher than neighbors want, takes up more space than neighbors want, and is a density increase neighbors don’t want. And it’s all wrapped in what I’ll gently call a ho-hum exterior.
I get it, you’re presenting an economic wet dream to squeeze the most profit from the least work.