In line with United Nation's Agenda 21, condo developers are planning a 30-story luxury tower in downtown Austin, Texas, without parking spaces.
The proposed condo tower at 721 Congress Ave., called 'The Avenue,' is described as the first "car-free luxury development in downtown Austin" and residents are expected to use "biking, walking, ride-sharing and public transportation" to get around.
The lead architect, Brad Nelsen, says 'The Avenue' is "for people who work and live 24 hours a day downtown."
But despite Nelsen billing this car-less living as revolutionary, the U.N. has spent nearly 25 years pushing this concept through U.N. Agenda 21 – and major U.S. cities like Austin are already on board.