March 24, 2012

Howard Theatre encourages private parking

To reduce the liklihood that patrons will park on residential streets around the Howard Theatre, the theatre will sell prepaid private parking through Ticketmaster.  The passes are for private lots owned by Howard University and other private owners.

In fact, we were looking on Ticketmaster at prices and availability for April’s Wanda Sykes show and spotted this prominent parking add-on at the bottom:

The lots described above are as follows:

When Progression Place, the office and apartment project at the Shaw Metro, finally opens, the theatre will lay claim to a significant number of the project’s underground parking spaces during nighttime hours, thus adding a another option.

Categories: Development Projects, Howard Theatre, Transportation, UNCF
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2 Replies

  1. I’m confused — how many cars can fit in that triangle lot? Maybe five or six?

    Dave - March 24, 2012 @ 8:52 pm
  2. Being that it is practically ON a Metro station I wonder if all the concern about street parking will really be valid.

    3rdstreetdesign - March 29, 2012 @ 9:32 am

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