Let this be a warning.
The tenant displacement fund was already a bit of a raw deal. The $2 million looked good on paper, but in talking with housing advocates in the area, the money was hard to access, the sum was paltry, and quite frankly it came too late, as many longtime residents were already feeling the housing crunch and were forced out of their homes.
This should serve as a wake-up call to other neighborhoods that are facing similar rezonings and similar promises. Just because you get the provision in writing, doesn’t mean that it is going to come to fruition when the situation changes a few years down the road.