Center Street Berkeley Parking and Retail

The City of Berkeley's new Center Street Parking Garage is a 248,000 SF facility that replaces the former Center Street Garage which was built in 1958. The parking structure is located across the street from the Berkeley Repertory Theater and offers a coffee shop, retail space, and an area for public art. The $40M, eight-level facility is a double helix design and provides parking for 720 cars and 350 bicycles. The project received ParkSmart Gold Certification and Mayor Jesse Arreguin has called the building "probably the greenest parking garage in California." The roof top solar array provides power to the parking garage as well as neighboring City-owned facilities. The building includes 20 electric car charging stations and is wired for an additional 37 charging stations.

Project Awards
CMAA Northern California | Project Achievement Award, New Buildings $20-$50 M Category, 2019
The Chicago Athenaeum & The European Centre for Architecture | The American Architecture Award 2019
Metal Architecture Design Awards | Judges Award, 2019
The Plan Awards | Honorable Mention, Transport Category, 2019
Berkeley Design Advocates | Design Award 2019
Illuminating Engineering Society | Illumination Award of Merit 2019
Parking Industry Expo | Best New Structure 2019