Left unsaid is how many permits would have been pulled regardless of the V2V program and other government policies. The program itself seemed to be tracking its effects more narrowly. On the V2V website, under the title "Track Our Progress," the city claims 533 rehabs underway as a result of "streamlined code enforcement" and another 418 rehabs under "Community Development Clusters." That would amount to 951 rehabs, right in line with the mayor's claim. The addresses are not listed, however, so there is no way to check the buildings to see if they are, indeed, being renovated.