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Greenville council to vote on parking garage designer

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

A multi-story parking deck for Greenville's Uptown District is up for discussion at Monday's City Council meeting.

City staff will recommend a designer for the project. The parking deck will sit on the southeast corner of 4th and Cotanche streets. It'll replace the existing city-owned Mosely lot. City planners say the project will help alleviate parking issues in the area.

"It's part of the dynamic growth that we have in the uptown commercial district tight now. The Georgetown project will have a private parking deck for their retail and residential space and then this will be for general purpose parking for uptown businesses." Carl Rees, Greenville's Economic Development Officer said.

The plan calls for 4 levels; 3 of the levels will be dedicated to leased parking, while the 4th will be for hourly parking.

At this point, nights and weekends will be free.

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