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Vancouver moves toward expanding developer tax break to more parts of the city

The multifamily tax exemption is aimed at spurring affordable housing construction

By , Columbian staff writer
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The Vancouver City Council on Monday night took several steps to expand the coverage area for a developer tax break meant to spur the construction of affordable housing.

The multi-family tax exemption, which currently applies to parts of downtown and Fourth Plain, will soon cover areas around Mill Plain Boulevard, Uptown, the Heights, east Vancouver and more of the Fourth Plain corridor.

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Columbian staff writer