- Owner: Red Rose Transit Authority
- Architect: Tim Haahs & Associates
- Engineer of Record: Tim Haahs & Associates
- General Contractor: Perrotto Builders Ltd.
- Precast Size: 185,000 ft 2 Parking, 15,000 ft 2 Retail
Red Rose Parking Garage
Once bustling with retail business and pedestrian traffic, the City of Lancaster, PA is working toward rebuilding a vital and vibrant downtown. Designed with an intention to stimulate the Lancaster economy with much-needed commuter and transient parking and 15,000 square feet of retail space on two floors, the 185,000-square-foot Queen Street Station Parking Garage complements the city’s historic streetscapes and creates a pedestrian-friendly aesthetic.
Key Project Attributes
Built on a former surface parking lot, the seven-story precast concrete structure offers 395 parking spaces for much-needed parking to commuters who take a Red Rose Transit Authority shuttle to Lancaster’s Amtrak station.
Street-level retail space accommodates space for a restaurant and music venue.
Composed of 1,416 pieces of precast concrete, the structure is designed to allow additional expansion of up to 10 additional stories.