Perhaps. Purpose built rental construction is dominated by a few locally based institutions in Calgary. Great Gulf has its own set of clientele that may be convinced to join in on the fun by buying into this project. Prices would have to start scaling up.There is an added challenge in Calgary that they are not faced with in the Toronto market. A lot of people used to buy condos as investments ... not to live in ....but to rent out. This objective helped to fuel demand for new condo projects in the past. Now that we have a plethora of purpose rental on the market as competition, these new condo projects are going to take longer to green light, and longer to sell out.