City’s newest parking complex to open in 2010

Adela Rahmati

On 16th street between C St. and Broadway, lie two buildings whose completion is highly anticipated by students and faculty alike.

The first structure, partially shrouded in white plastic, is a 10-story parking structure that will provide 694 new parking spaces, according to Senior Project Engineer, Lawrence Howard. “The structure also features parking spaces specifically designated for “green” hybrid vehicles,” says Howard.

The other building is the new home for the cosmetology and photography departments and features dozens of new classrooms, labs, lecture halls, a computer lab, multimedia rooms, and faculty offices. The construction is scheduled to be completed in April 2010.