From The New York Times, full article at: http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/03/04/a-boston-building-for-people-not-cars/
"The 44-unit apartment building with ground-floor storefronts, proposed for Boston’s Allston neighborhood, is a fairly bold and modern design under development by the studio of Sebastian Mariscal, the architect. But the most radical thing about it is what is missing — parking.
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An apartment building without parking is a challenge, because city regulations overseen by the Boston Redevelopment Authority specify the number of parking spaces per dwelling unit. “We’re working with the authorities and the community,” Mr. De la Peña said. “We need to get the concept approved.” "