A Preliminary Model for the Economic Analysis of Tall Buildings
In today’s dynamic economic environment, tall building designers, developers, and investors are faced with the very difficult problem of making long-term decisions while faced with constantly changing fiscal policy. Considerable sums of money are involved. Congress has swung back and forth from generous tax incentives to tight taxation of business investments, changing the law in this area 15 times in the last 30 years.
KeywordsInterest Rate Tall Building Parking Garage High Rise Apartment Depreciation Method
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