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The Ann-Ashley parking structure

Going Up

The DDA voted in October to add three stories to the Ann-Ashley parking structure.

From the November, 2017 issue

As downtown added thousands of jobs and residents, the number of hourly parkers rose 30 percent between 2006 and 2015. At eight of the nine city-run structures, downtown workers who want a monthly parking permit can expect to wait at least a year. Two years ago, consultants predicted that the system would face a shortage of 860 spaces in 2019 ("Parking Squeeze,"

 
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