I am the Town Planner for Eagle, CO. The town is working on a project to revitalize its Central Business District, which includes a major streetscape improvement project, zoning changes to foster infill and redevelopment. Looking to the future and assuming that redevelopment, infill and reuse is occuring in the downtown. Part of that includes a desire by current property owners to condominiumize their buildings. In the long term do you think this will hinder future redevelopment, say 25 years from now? Do we need to consider a policy regarding fractionalized ownership? Is their such a policy for local govt's and has it been sucessful? The concern is that we could large numbers of owners and consolidation or buy-out of individual owners in the would be a cumbersome process, thus being a disincentive to redevelopment down the road.