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From todays DJC.

https://www.djc.com/news/re/12127662.html

Inland is a prospective buyer ... The new plan is for a six-story building with 260 units affordable to households earning 60% of area median income.
I haven't confirmed this by perusing the WA State Housing Finance Commission's LIHTC available public documents, but I've heard that Inland is crushing it on LIHTC award applications because they do in-house construction and are able to build at a lower cost than the non-profit developers who have to contract for general contractors in this insane construction market.
 
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