I live in an apartment complex, not a condo, but in some ways that's worse, because I don't even have reserved parking, let alone a private driveway. In my community, there is a zoning regulation that states that no RVs can be parked in front of the residence; the distance from the street to the RV has to be greater than the distance from the street to the residence.
As a conversion van, my Interstate is exempt from that zoning regulation, but I follow it religiously nonethless.
The one and only time I parked my Interstate in front, the same day I bought it, the RV was burglarized. Now I park in back inside a gated parking lot, so it's not visible from the street and there are fewer people tempted to attempt a break-in. And I have a high-end alarm system installed with a two-way remote so I can hear more easily if something sets off the alarm.
Engineering: Finding complex solutions to simple problems you didn't even know you had.