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Two automated parking structures scheduled for construction.

Posted on | May 7, 2011 | No Comments

California has two automated parking structures scheduled for construction.  West Hollywood is moving forward with a 200 car automated garage for city hall.  Boomerang Systems was in the top three but the final vote came in for Unitronics’ bid at $2.6 million dollars.  They anticipate breaking ground next year and having a 2013 opening. 

Chinatown’s 60-unit Lotus Garden housing project will also include an automated garage.  According to Business Insider, the ‘car matrix’ will be on three levels and have the potential to move 64 cars up and down, left and right without the nuisance of humanity.   San Diego-based developer, Affirmed Housing, has broken ground and expects the Chinatown development to open in the fall of 2012.


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