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7 thoughts on “UPDATED: Florea resigns from Housing Resources Board

  1. I remember oh so well Carl F. in full glory at the COBI Council telling us why we just had to have the Quay. Carl F’s stock hit bottom from then on.

    Adios CF.

  2. yeah James, its a shame they didn’t tear the Quay down, so they could have built over priced, over crowded townhouses that could later be auctioned off for pennies on the dollar. yeah, too bad, there sure would have been some good money to lose there.

  3. Only a Mom would love CF’s attempt to buy the Quay. What an ill-conceived boondoggle. Ey Mom. And no it isn’t unpleasant to desire to see COBI not invest in the Quay.

    May CF find greener pastures and communities that aren’t broke

  4. The “funky” units are two modules designed by California architect Michelle Kaufmann, intended to be the basis for 60-unit market-rate development by Unico Properties in Seattle. They are very well designed and look great inside. Any “funkiness” is the result of their not being finished, I think. The failure of the Quay deal was unfortunate but it wasn’t Carl’s fault. It was a long shot from the start and Carl deserves credit for working so hard on it. The island really needs affordable rental housing – lots of it – and the Quay looked like an opportunity, albeit a challenging one. I hope the new Council, whoever is on it, will rethink the city’s approach to affordable housing.

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