The discussion about adding parking places for 10 Ocean Is rather moot , as the building is already in violation of laws about accessible parking spaces.
This morning I counted a total of ONE accessible spot out of the current 85 parking spaces. The ADA and NJ laws require  four accessible spaces in that lot, one of which must be a VAN -accessible    (Not  "WHEELCHAIR-accessible " as Mr. Stryker called it in your article)
Further, the one reserved parking sign lacks penalty information and  is in violation,as noted in the helpful booklet:
I believe that no more apartments should be approved at  10 Ocean,especially at a loss of building amenities. In fact, three more accessible parking spaces must be added.
Carolyn Schwebel, director
Equalizers, Advocates for People with Disabilities