My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: California
I signed a one year lease on an apartment that is on the bottom floor of my landlords house. The original advertisment for the apartment stated that the unit had a laundry room and a parking spot. When I moved in at the begining of October, my laundry room had not been built yet, but my landlord kept telling me it was going to be started in a week. I have the original advertisement for the property and emails from my landlord stating that the laundry room is going to be started. It's been over a month and I still have no laundry room.
I have now found out that I no longer have a parking space. The space that I was told was mine actually belongs to the commercial building across the parking lot from me. My lease that I signed specificially says that I am renting the unit plus a parking spot.
My question is if I can break my lease on the grounds that the unit was misrepresented to me. Had I known this place had no laundry or parking I never would have moved in. I've had other issues with noise and his lack of communication and slow response time to maintanence. What are my options. I feel like I was lied to when I rented this unit and I want out. I could easily find another unit that has laundry and parking, but I chose this unit thinking that was included.