I cannot discuss the market for this project, but I can wish Colorado Springs best of luck in getting it without any bumps. Putting a 14-story limit is certainly something I do not understand and I hope that the city council changes/amends this rule. What I do know, and this holds true for other growing cities (i.e. Raleigh), is the amount of pundits, who feel that the market may not be there, or that there is saturation, etc. Colorado Springs deserves a new high-rise and I hope you guys get it kay: Let the market decide for its success, not the pundits. I see no reason why this hotel/condo proposal cannot replicate the success we see in other cities across the country. With views as beautiful as Colorado Springs offers, who wouldn't like to live way above ground level?