« Last post by irvinehomeowner on Today at 10:37:22 AM »
This doesn't make sense.In general you'll encounter some typical issues that comes along with higher density housing. Closer proximity to the adjacent unit, very little sound buffer zone from the neighbor, less privacy, and street parking issue for visitors and additional cars.
Since driveways take up most of the potential street parking, detached condos can actually have more street parking and residents are generally prohibited from using the garage for storage and required to park both vehicles in the garage.
Depending on the execution, detached condos have less street parking, absence of a driveway means even less available parking and with motorcourts, since there is no parking in front of the houses, parking is even more scarce.
I had a neighbor with 2 kids who drove and they took up both spaces in their driveway and in front of our house (they never parked in the garage). If they didn't have that driveway, it would be worse.