Goes back to Beltline's record growth (and the wider inner city for that matter). Most inner city communities are at or near peak population, despite downtown's job downturn. Could be a variety of things that are keeping demand high:Yes that is a lot for one building that is was recently occupied. Boy, the competition for renters is becoming fierce. A large percentage (50% is a good starting place) of the condos built in the inner city in the last 10 years, were purchased with the intent of renting out. Add to this, hundreds of purpose built rentals that are hitting the market. What is going to attract renters to the inner city? It is not good paying jobs because those are still lacking.