Are Those Parking Spaces Really Free in Chicago?

YoChicago, another fav blog, is currently musing on semi-free parking spaces really being free and all? Parking spaces are a big commodity in that territory.

I guess it’s culture shock, but here in Music City, a free parking space or two is a given. All of our tenants expect to be able to park very close to their doors.

Antique Chevy

YoChicago, another fav blog, is currently musing on semi-free parking spaces really being free and all.  Parking spaces are a big commodity  in that territory.

 

I guess it’s culture shock, but here in Music City, a free [tag-tec]parking space[/tag-tec] or two is a given.  All of our [tag-cat]tenants[/tag-cat] expect to be able to park very close to their doors. 

 

But[tag-self]YoChicago [/tag-self] is skeptical  about how free is free.  I think what they’re getting at is what’s really up with limited time share parking for your car?  Does it mean spaces will be very scare once the offers are up?  Good question.

 

Seems giving parking spacing even for short periods is an incentive for buyers and renters.  But YoChicago wonders what happens on those inevitable cold rainy Monday mornings after such  incentives end.

 

As with everything you buy or [tag-cat]rent[/tag-cat], figure out the fine print first.

 

Besides,  all of this  brings back too many  college memories of how hard it  was finding a space for a semi/compact ’74 Mustang. Yikes.

 

 

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