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Developers are pushing for updates to the city’s parking regulations, but even if the the industry could convince the city to reduce parking requirements, car usage is cultural in Los Angeles. Without adequate parking on multifamily projects, developers may find challenges leasing units upon completion. In the interim decade or decades before cars become obsolete, replaced by either an efficient public transit system or driverless cars, developers will need to find a stepping stone between expensive subterranean parking or bulky surface area parking and no parking at all.

Kelsi Maree Borland

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