Is downtown San Diego ready for housing projects with no parking spots for residents?
Some community leaders want San Diego to spur more housing construction downtown by eliminating or softening requirements that projects include expensive underground parking. They say major cities such as New York and San Francisco abandoned such requirements long ago, and that the timing is ideal with decreasing reliance on cars downtown thanks to ride-sharing services, scooters and a free shuttle.
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