The next few years will see a lot of big changes in the city.
Many of them will be dramatic.
The new residents will come from around the world, and most of them have been living here for years.
But some will not.
That’s because many of the old buildings in Williamsburys historic core are slated for demolition and replaced by apartment complexes that are more expensive than what the city offers.
For the past few years, developers have been offering a discount to homeowners who live in the building and are willing to pay up to $3,000 a month for the privilege.
But it doesn’t really work like that.
Some of the homes have been renovated, but the renovations have been done outside the building, making them a little too cozy.
This makes it tough to find people who have the space to move into them, and even harder to get people to move in.
If you don’t have the money to buy a home, it’s harder to find apartments, and if you can’t find a place, it becomes harder to pay rent, according to real estate agents.
Some are offering to sell their homes for as little as $600, and they’ll take their cut of the sale price.
The city is also taking on some of the risk.
It has been taking on the responsibility for managing the property, so the city is paying for the demolition and replacing the older buildings.
The developers will have to pay a premium to get the units, but they’ll also have to give the city back a portion of the money the city paid for the building.
It’s a win-win, but it also means a lot less money for the city of Williamsburg to cover the costs of the renovations and the building’s demolition.
In 2018, the city’s budget was cut by $2.6 million.
Now, it needs $2 billion to finish the job.
The problem with the deal is that it only applies to the apartments in the buildings that are currently being demolished.
There are a lot more than just one or two units in the area.
Developers will also be required to sell the remaining buildings in the Williamsburg Core to the city for a total of $1.4 billion.
That means the city will be footing the bill for the renovations that are happening outside the core.
The amount of money that the city would have to put up for those renovations is a lot larger than what’s already being offered.
The price tag for the whole renovation project would be $4 billion, which is more than $2 million per unit.
“We’re not talking about a tiny amount of change, so it’s a really big deal,” said Chris Wootton, senior vice president of real estate for the Realtors of California.
“I think the people who are buying will realize this is a massive investment.
This is a big change.”
In the past, the developers would usually offer the homes for $2,000 per month, but this year they’ll only be offering for $600 a month.
The average price of a one-bedroom unit in the core is currently $1,900 a month, so that number has already dropped.
The apartment complex owners are still being asked to pay about $3.5 million a year to the developers for the work.
“The cost is going up, and we’re not paying,” said Joe Salzman, managing director of the Re/Max Real Estate Group.
“And they’re not getting the amount of people that we’re supposed to be paying.”
A new plan for the future is to offer the developers a discount for the entire project, which would mean that the price tag would go down by $1 million per apartment, according the Realspace report.
That will make it easier for developers to offer a lower price for units that are already in the market.
But the real estate agent says that’s still not enough to get new residents in the neighborhoods.
“It is the same old story,” Salzman said.
“This is what you can expect.
They’re all going to be looking for something different.
There’s going to have to be a lot to choose from.”
The new apartments could change the way Williamsburg feels about itself.
Many people in the neighborhood remember when Williamsburg was a major tourist destination and a haven for hippies and poets.
The area was a popular destination for tourists, who would head over from the nearby San Francisco Bay Area to enjoy the beaches, restaurants, museums and nightlife.
“Williamsburg is now becoming a different place,” said Richard Dannen, president of the neighborhood group Williamsburg Neighbors.
“They have to get out of their comfort zone, because we are not where they want us to be.
This will be the first big change in the history of Williamsburies history.”