North Shore Garage
The North Shore Garage was built to meet increased parking demands of the ballpark, stadium, and surrounding businesses on the North Shore. The garage has entrances from Sandusky Street, Lacock Street and General Robinson Street.
||ALCO Parking Corporation
|Total Square Footage:
||25,651 square feet
|Number of Spaces:
|Points of Ingress/Egress:
||2 (3 on game days)
||June 18, 1999
||April 9, 2001
WTW Architects designed the 924 space, multi-level parking structure. The building contains retail/office spaces on the first and second floors along E. General Robinson Street. The color and materials used complement surrounding structures such as the Warhol Museum and PNC Park. This allows the garage to blend in with the urban environment. Massaro Construction completed construction in April of 2001. There are two entrances and exits to the garage on East General Robinson Street and Sandusky Street, marked by the green stars above.
There are up to three available commercial retail spaces, plus an adjoining kitchen, on the first floor of the garage (approx. 15,000 sq ft). An existing tenant, First National Bank, occupies the second floor. If you are interested in renting retail space at the garage, please call 412-393-0200 for more information.
For information about space availability, visit ParkPGH.org
More information about the garage, including lease information and rates, is available at the ALCO Parking Corporation
website or by phone at (412) 323-4455.