Quarter Of Downtown Miami Renters Don’t Have Cars

A growing number of downtown Miami’s new residents are moving in without cars.

Greg West, president of Zom, told the WSJ that 23% of residents in his company’s 2,000 downtown Miami apartments are now living without cars – less than they had anticipated.

The number of car-less residents is growing, he said.

To adapt, the developer is building new projects with up to 30% fewer parking spaces, and adding bigger driveways for car sharing services.

Some of the space in one of Zom’s under-utilized garages has been turned into a dog run.

 

zom’s 391-unit avant at met square, under construction: