10th and Chestnut Street Parking Garage

Philadelphia, PA

The patient experience was dramatically improved with a climate-controlled bridge that connects directly to the public atrium of the Hospital.

Client
Interpark & Thomas Jefferson University Hospitality
Completion
2006
Cost
$18.7 Million
Role
Architect
Description

This 750 car garage/retail facility combines the university’s public and valet parking facilities, incorporating seven levels of parking in a double helix configuration, atop ground level retail space. Two lobbies, with pay-on-foot capability, elevator service, and ancillary spaces, are provided. A second-floor climate-controlled bridge connects to the main second floor public atrium of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

The design pays homage to architect Paul Cret’s historic Federal Reserve Bank building directly across Chestnut Street.

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