Grady Enterprises is looking at two project opportunities for a parcel of land that the company currently owns. The first project is a restaurant, and the second project is a sports facility. The projected cash flow of the restaurant is an initial cost of $1,500,000 with cash flows over the next six years of $200,000 (Year one), $250,000 (Year two), $300,000 (Years three through five), and $1,750,000 in Year six, when Grady plans on selling the restaurant. The sports facility has the following cash outflow: initial cost of $2,400,000 with cash flows over the next three years of $400,000 (Years one to three) and $3,000,000 in Year four, when Grady plans on selling the facility. If the appropriate discount rate for the restaurant is 11% and the appropriate discount rate for the sports facility is 13%, using NPV, determine which project Grady should choose for the parcel of land. Adjust the NPV for unequal lives with the equivalent annual annuity. Does the decision change?