Okay, so in terms of development parameters we've got

here the first thing that CAG wants to do is say considering

all the things that the local zoning is making us do.

Are we going to be able to fit 34 units in this acre?

And if not, how many units can we fit into this space?

So for the building setbacks, they need 15% of an acre,

which you can check this, work out to 6,534 square feet.

Similarly for circulation, open space requirements

a tenth of an acre is 4,356 square feet.

So you subtract this from an acre and you get

what is available to build before they consider the parking, okay?

And they want to build as simple a building as possible.

So they'll assume that each story has 17 units on it, housing units on it.

And so how much area are they going to need for all the parking.

Well they have 34 apartments times two times 100.

So they get 6,800.

So now we have to subtract that and

the first floor footprint available after parking is now

about 19,000 square feet and change.

And what we want to

compare this to is the first floor space required for

the target number of units,

15,300 plus the first floor space required for circulation and

common which is 16,830.

So they have available.