From Streetsblog: "Zero Parking Means More Affordable Housing for
> A spokeswoman for the Department of Housing Preservation and http://tinyurl.com/25v4ahx
> Development said that including parking was financially infeasible
> on the site, considering the needs for affordability and open
> space. HPD, therefore, applied for a mayoral override of the
> parking requirement, which was granted. ”The city agencies were all
> very supportive,” Dunn recalled.
> Though the project will be entirely without off-street parking, it
> will include bike storage in all of the multi-family buildings. The
> new Flushing Avenue bike lane travels right by the project site, as
> do a number of bus routes.