Parking crunch a headache for condominiums
Residents bemoan lack of spaces for additional cars and visitors, while buyers get more savvy
Published on Jun 23, 2013 8:29 AM
Gone are the days when condominium owners could each park two or three cars in the estate, and not have to pay a cent for the privilege.
With newer condominiums in land-scarce Singapore cutting back on parking spaces - many now providing just one a unit - developments are getting strict with their car-owning residents.
But the issue of parking is a potential headache not just for up-and-coming condos but for older ones too.
Two weeks ago, some owners at Parc Oasis in Jurong East became upset over proposed measures to introduce monthly parking fees of $100 for a second car and $150 for subsequent vehicles.
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