Mark Grobmyer Discusses the Impact of Municipalities Allowing for Reduced Parking Minimums in New Developments in Law360


Houston is slated to become the latest U.S. city to reduce requirements for parking spaces in a bid to spur housing development, and experts say it's doing so at a critical time when there may just be enough data and public understanding to overcome what has historically been the reform's biggest hurdle: lenders worried about shunned buildings.

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