Culdesac Tempe, a new housing development in Phoenix, Arizona, will prohibit tenants from parking on the premises and will instead include, as part of their monthly rent, a discounted bundle of transportation options. Along with 761 apartment units, the complex will also have a grocery store, restaurant, cafe, and coworking space. The developers hope it will help reduce emissions because it lowers reliance on cars, and affordable housing advocates say eliminating mandatory parking could reduce the cost of new apartment construction.
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