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Old Posted Nov 2, 2019, 11:17 PM
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São Paulo had parking requirements since the 1960’s or so. Just now, with the new zoning law approved in 2015, the city got rid of this nonsense.

As result, even with the 2015-2016 Brazilian economic depression, the city is undergoing a construction boom of new small apartments with no parking and they are still very expensive indicating there are lots of room to grow.

Why cities thought it was a good idea to force the market to build in a way that damaged them?
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