TimHaahs Bucks County Project Underway with Ground Breaking Celebration

Timothy Haahs & Associates, Inc. designed a 1,200 space, four tier facility to provide parking for Bucks County employees.
The new facility will also provide parking for transient patrons in downtown Doylestown, PA, as a result of the increased parking demand created by the proposed Judicial Center. The project was celebrated on December 22, 2008 with a ground breaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction.

The fa├žade of the parking structure was driven by the boroughs effort to combine the traditional architecture of Doylestown with a contemporary style. The northwest stair tower serves as a prime architectural element and is located on Broad Street, a main corridor into town from the Route 611 bypass. Using a clock tower as a focal point for design, the building creates a visual entryway to the downtown district.

TimHaahs is dedicated to preserving the historic downtown streetscape and architecture of Doylestown with the completion of this notable redevelopment project.
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