Wednesday Parking Round-Up: Pearl District Condo proposes 192 parking spaces, parking can be easier but not likely cheaper, and more
Block 20 Condominium Tower in Portland’s Pearl District will include 149 residential units and 192 parking spaces.
New Orlean’s proposed zoning change could severely limit short-term rentals like Airbnb with parking requirements.
Parking can be easier but not likely cheaper – that is definitely true for Nashville and other American cities that are growing.
A parking loophole in San Francisco has allowed people to have their own private on-street parking space for years. The City is trying to change that.
If you made it this far, you should be rewarded with some really wonky parking articles: (1) The Time Dimension of Parking Economics (sounds like an useful article for PBOT’s performance based parking initiative); (2) Charging for Parking to Finance Public Services (the latest published article from Donald Shoup)