|Subject: Parking structure supporting mixed-use development||Date: 5/16/2017 1:11:15 PM|
|Missed your post somehow.
I'm not exactly sure of what you are referring to - whether you are using the term "supporting" to mean provision of parking or whether you mean structural support.
One of our recent projects in the first category is Gateway Center in Charlotte, N.C. (Cousins Properties & Bank of America). That large project has retail, office and residential components. The parkng facility is wrapped by residential and retail.
We are also presently in the midst of design of the 3-level Atlantic Station parking structure which is the structural platform for a major mixed use development in downtown Atlanta. The development includes office buildings, a shopping "village" developed in a streescape setting, residential, and entertainment including a multiplex cinema and an aquarium. The initial parking structure will have between 7,000 and 8,000 spaces - all controlled with revnue control equipment. All of the office/retail/residential is located on the platform.
If you provide your email address, I would be happy to send you some photos of a wonderful model of the project.
CARL WALKER, INC.