I ran across the article below and thought it was something to consider for downtown Lansing, especially considering all the condos going in and the Capitol Club Tower being developed. I actually don't think downtown Lansing is quite at this point yet, but if the current pace continued for 5 years, I think we could easily hit this point. However, one critique of the article I have is that they don't consider the possibility that the price of the condos downtown had ballooned more than some in the suburbs, and this could be a reason why they are falling faster than other places in LA. If that is the case, with the tax breaks and all, I don't think a place like the Capitol Club Tower is in danger of this same problem. Not to mention downtown Lansing doesn't have the same pitfalls against it as downtown LA does as mentioned in the article. Few people I know are that scared of downtown Lansing, at least not like LA.