Commentary: Less focus on parking will help cities

08/8/2014 | CityLab

Changing policies that require parking to be built with new developments and increasing the visibility and accessibility of shared spaces would help city development cope as Generation Y begins raising children, writes A-P Hurd, a developer at Touchstone in Seattle. She advocates for "perimeter block housing, where row-houses are built continuously around a central courtyard."

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