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April 19, 2014 8:29 PM

Columbia gives $2.1M in tax cuts to out-of-state student housing developers

Three resort-style student housing complexes being built in downtown Columbia by out-of-state developers are the first to receive a 50 percent tax break designed to lure student housing projects into the city’s core.

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