I lived in a privately owned HUD Senior/Disabled building. There are 149 apartments, and 111 parking spots, which 16 are assigned handicap spots. Over 80% of the tenants have state issued handicap placards. Management's policy is a waiting list when a spot becomes available goes to the next person on the list. It is documented in the past, some tenants paid for such spots or acquired them under questionable means. All apartments are the same, studio or 1 bedroom, same size and appliances. These 16 tenants have a privilege no one else has, as they can come and go as they please for as long as they like, and no one may go into their spot. Yet, the other 133 + tenants do not have an assigned space and it is pot luck. Many have more severe disabilities, amputees, than assigned tenants.