The city’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund, which takes density bonus payments from downtown developers to give grants to small businesses, has a pipeline of over 800 waiting applicants – so many the city won’t re-open the application process. With tens of millions of dollars filling city coffers in coming months, the Department of Planning and Development is now looking to fund larger projects – some worth millions of dollars themselves.

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