Local governments have simply lost their fucking mind when it comes to housing.
The primary grocery chain in the area is Ingle's. I remember when the first store opened, when a guy named Bob Ingle purchased an old grocery store. Today, hundreds of stores, plus other retail properties adjacent to grocery stores, rented to a wide variety of business, including some USPS post offices.
Now they want to upgrade the location of the first store, which also includes a number of retail storefronts, and office space. The catch, the city is trying to mandate that they also become landlords and include low income housing into the shopping complex. Total fucking insanity.
You don't solve housing problems by dictating that a grocery store chain must include low income housing.