After only 5 months, Peebles' posted his financial analysis. It assumes:
Even with those inflated numbers, he still has to include $500,000 in sales tax (which at the charrette he said he couldn't estimate) and $100,000 in business improvement district fees in order to reach the promised $17 million. (Actually, $16.7 million.)
In is very unlikely that these assumptions will actually come to pass. In particular, the analysis assumes an 11% annual housing price appreciation over the next 7 years. This was based on the red-hot appreciation over the past 10 years, but recent headlines have documented that the housing market is cooling in the Bay Area.