New multi-level parking makes shopping easy for Charlottetown

Charlottetown, located on Metropolitan Avenue close to Central Piedmont Community College, is the former site of the Midtown Square Cinema and a large surface parking lot that provided parking for the campus, a local hospital and Park and Ride.
Part of the resurgence of the area is the expansion of mixed-use facilities. To maximize the use of space, the new Target and Home Depot stores are actually stacked one on top of the other. Consequently, this created the challenge of designing a parking structure that would provide adequate parking for employees and patrons of the two large anchor stores, while being convenient, safe and easily accessible to both. The 904-space, five-level parking structure that was designed to meet those specific needs offers direct access to Target and Home Depot on levels 1 and 3. Both stores are connected to the parking structure by a courtyard and there is also street access. The structure is painted white and brightly lit inside and out to enhance the feeling of security for patrons. A new office complex to be called Metropolitan at Midtown is currently under construction next to Target and Home Depot and will have its own parking structure. The project team included Carl Walker, Inc. (Parking Consultant/Structural Engineer),
Cooper Carry of Atlanta (Architect), Choate Construction Co. (Contractor) and Pappas Properties (Developer).
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Carl Walker Inc.
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