By Catherine Reagor and Paulina Pineda | Arizona Republic
An apartment development with no parking for its expected 1,000 residents is planned across from a light-rail station in Tempe.
The $140 million development will have scooters, bicycles and some ride-sharing cars. It also has plans to offer residents of the 636 apartments deals on light rail, buses and rides with Uber or Lyft.
Developers of the complex called Culdesac Tempe, which will be on 16 acres near Apache Boulevard and River Road, say it will be the first car-less apartments built in the U.S. It’s scheduled to open to renters across from the Smith-Martin light-rail stop in fall 2020.