Parking in Boston

Parking in Boston costs more than the car itself - part 2, the 99%

The working wealthy in Boston buy themselves parking spaces, but how do most residents and visitors deal with the challenges of parking in a city built before cars?

In Boston, the only thing harder than a diamond is paakin’ ya caa. In part one of this story, we examined how some working-wealthy Boston residents deal with the challenge of city car ownership. Buying a space, then paying taxes on the ownership of the space, and also HOA fees to maintain the space, are just part of livin’ laaaj in Boston. Here’s how some other people manage parking in the Hub. (Which is short for Hub of the Universe, I kid you not)


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