Renters don't need capital. Just because wealthy capitalist strata unit owners cannot restrict others from renting, doesn't mean they can't reside in the unit themselves.
It was a blatant attempt to try and regulate the nature of the realty interest available, as distinct from the built form and use of the building. Just because it's not provided for in any bylaw, plan, or lawful, is immaterial. It's a shot across the bow of developers. Fortunately, at least 4 of the 7 didn't want to start out the term with a law suit.
What's up with eliminating the three street-side parking spots? They only want bicycle owners and local residents to frequent CSV? Not a good sign for local SMBs.
If I was the developer, I would take the day care proposal off the table after that reception.
Re: parking, I don't remember where the comment came from, but I believe it was related to the boulevard landscaping and street trees. Something about a preference for additional trees and grass in lieu of the three parking spots.