Parking in Condominiums – Purchasers with Electric Cars and Purchasers with No Cars

In the past the number of parking spaces in most new residential condominiums was at least equal to the number of residential units. Residential units with parking spaces were believed to be more marketable than units without parking. With the proliferation of condominium projects in the urban core of many cities, the need for and desirability of parking spaces has been changing and developers have been responding to those changes.  Read the article……………


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