Certainly understand the location not being as sexy as the new fairweather. I would not underestimate the demand for living on the north side of downtown though. I bet they sell all of these. I am also really interested to see the net gain in Tax money for the city with this one. Let’s say the average sales price is $900,000 on 29 units. With our Raleigh property tax rate .009.% we are talking ~$239,000/year or new tax revenue each year for an area that doesn’t need any new infrastructure. Pretty good deal.