Reviewing 2007 with Mayor Coleman - Part 2

Columbus, OH – Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says the city is halfway toward its goal of creating 10,000 residential housing units downtown. But many of the units priced for upper middle class and higher-end buyers have gone vacant this year, with some developers launching agressive marketing campaigns to try to attract new customers. In the second part of Jim Letizia's annual end-of-the-year interview with the mayor, Coleman talks about the latest on his two-year-old proposal to build streetcars downtown and why he thinks the downtown housing market is the strongest in the area.