Would-be tenant has specific parking needs

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Q: I manage a mid-sized apartment complex, and have recently been asked by a prospect who uses a wheelchair for a parking space next to the unit she is considering. We can do that, though we have a waiting list for parking, but it will involve reassigning other tenants’ parking spaces, buying signs and painting the pavement, and creating curb cuts. Who pays for all this work? –Sean D.