Public-private partnerships are supposed to provide the best of both worlds. Corporations constantly feed us the narrative that public institutions can provide better, cheaper services to the communities they serve by shifting costs and risks to for-profit institutions.
The actions of corporate dormlords Corvias and Greystar show that this is not the case. They have made it clear that, for them, profit comes before everything else. Pursuing private gain at the public expense, they threaten public resources and potentially threaten public health.