I actually like the affordable prices! I mean... no... its not low income for sure, but a two bedroom for $1135 in a brand new building in Old City!? That's a great price! What a great building environment it would be if developers built a whole series of rooms at different prices... all built the same size and style without a poor door and interdispersed throughout the building...
100 units at market rate for anyone with any income.
20 unites at "affordable" rates like this one has for people making $44K or less/yr.
5 units at "low income" rates ($400-500 per room) for individuals making $25K or less.
You would still need the standard first, last, and security, and all the general references to make sure you get low income, but also reliable low income. I know it probably wouldn't be the most enforceable rule to require this for all large developments, but establishing some sort of "affordable ratio" would really help the economic diversification of the city!