South Bay Galleria Starts Renovation of Parking Structure

During construction, there will be periodic level and entrance closures starting with the fifth and fourth floor.

South Bay Galleria. Photo courtesy South Bay Galleria.
South Bay Galleria. Photo courtesy South Bay Galleria.

Originally posted at 9:11 a.m. July 8, 2014. Edited to add a graphic. From a press release:

South Bay Galleria started the renovation of its five-level parking structure, which will enhance the guest parking experience and add a fresh, new coastal modern feel, said Mickey Marraffino, Regional Marketing Director for South Bay Galleria. 

“We are always looking for ways to enhance our guest experience,” Marraffino said. “The updated parking structure will provide guests with added convenience when they enter the property.”

The new coastal modern design will include refreshed lobbies and upgraded elevators. Easier circulation and SMART parking will highlight the number of spaces available on each level, helping to eliminate the common frustration of parking in structures, according to Marraffino.

“With the SMART parking system, guests will no longer have to search for a space or spend time driving in circles,” explains Marraffino. “Instead, our guests will know how many spaces there are on each level so they can save time by heading straight to the level with the most parking.”

During the renovation, there will be periodic level and entrance closures starting with the fifth and fourth floor. These closures will be staggered in order to ensure there are no parking interruptions for South Bay Galleria guests, according to Marraffino.

“After each floor is complete, it will reopen and another will close for renovation,” she explains.  “This system will ensure that guests have ample parking options while construction takes place.”  Additional handicapped parking space are also being added when a level is closed.

For updates, entrance closures and helpful information, please visit www.southbaygalleria.com.

The parking structure renovation is scheduled to be completed in November 2014.  

Marcie G July 09, 2014 at 08:09 AM
THANKS for bringing COASTAL attributes to this project. Adding some habitat areas in and around the parking lot areas would be nice too.


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