Tucked between the historic Masonic Temple, Tristate Building, Walker House, and Schindel Rohrer, is a 200 space precast concrete parking deck.  Located in Hagerstown’s Downtown Arts & Entertainment District, the downtown city square and Historic Maryland Theater are within a block of the parking deck.  The parking deck’s ideal location improves connectivity between parking and downtown attractions.  It connects directly to the Potomac Walk Building’s Trader’s on the Potomac retail shop, Bulls & Bears restaurant, and office space, and has direct access to South Potomac Street.

The site slopes dramatically from front to back, which allows this five story structure to remain hidden from South Potomac Street, the main thoroughfare through downtown Hagerstown.  In keeping with the historic nature of the parking deck’s surroundings, brick veneer was cast into the precast concrete panels and antique style light fixtures were selected for the walkway between the deck and the Schindel Roher building.  The parking deck elevator provides handicapped accessibility to the adjacent buildings, where not possible previously.

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