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West Hollywood installs first piece of steel frame for automated parking garage

WEST HOLLYWOOD – Construction workers laid down the first piece of steel frame for the Automated Parking Garage on February 23. The concrete exterior of the building has been completed, since construction began March 2014; construction is expected to continue through Fall 2015.

The $18 million automated garage will include 200 parking spaces, which will equate to the three-story City Hall building in height, and a 25-foot wide community plaza between the two buildings. The structure will be capable of automatically parking cars without human assistance.

The structure will encompass four entry bays; it will also feature a large glass window facing east toward Sweetzer Avenue where spectators can view the mechanical shuttles carrying cars in and out of bays.

For more information regarding the automated parking garage,
visit www.weho.org.

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