Analysis of similar projects and rental price points indicate that very few children reside in communities like this. The target resident is typically unmarried with one or two persons living in the household.
Conservatively, at the end of the incentive, this project will generate over $500,000 per year for the Dekalb School District.
It is illegal in the state of Georgia to consider traffic or school impact while evaluating zoning. Neither of those are controlled by individual property owners. It is time for taxpayers to demand more accountability on how our school districts spend the money it collects, and how it addresses facility plans.