I am sorry to hear that- both issues combined must be incredibly frustrating.
For the parking space, one can send a demand letter to the landlord (LL) requesting that the LL enforce the parking rules; if the LL refuses to do so, one can request a rebate for the value of the parking spot. This can be pursued in small claims. Please see:
As for the noise,
The implied covenant of quiet use and enjoyment means that the tenant is entitled to the peaceful use of the premises.
These are implied in every lease and cannot be waived.
While the LL is not responsible for third parties (ie neighbors off the complex) they are responsible for tenants - for example, by not warning (and then following up with a notice to vacate) the violating tenants, the LL is allowing the misconduct to continue, affecting other tenant's quiet use and enjoyment. That is considered a constructive eviction.
One may terminate the lease without penalty based on that but it is imperative to hire an attorney to ensure adequate grounds exist for that, and that sufficient evidence is obtained so should the LL sue the tenant for breach of the lease, the judge will understand it was actually constructive eviction.
For an example of constructive eviction please see here
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