Parking and mobility pros have been talking about adaptive reuse for awhile now, but the mainstream media has caught on. So have architects, who are designing real projects whose parking garages could be transformed into office, housing, retail, or any number of other uses should the need arise somewhere down the road.

Fast Company takes on the trend today with a story about several projects under construction whose parking could be converted to something else. “Increasingly, architects are designing new buildings with a vision of a future of fewer cars,” it says.

Read the article here and let us know–are you seeing more adaptive reuse projects or hearing more about it where you are?