San Diego: Why your downtown apartment might no longer come with a parking spot

The proposed parking standards, considered and approved Wednesday by Civic San Diego’s board of directors, would end minimum requirements altogether, allowing developers to build housing without any spaces if they so choose. The rules would also create a new parking maximum of one space per unit for new multifamily projects. They also include a stipulation that forces what’s called “unbundled parking,” meaning that units and parking spots would have to be leased or sold separately.