Pots were placed out in the driveway. This made them easier to load into cars once they sold. My aunt even put some faux greenery in one of her pots to show shoppers just how beautiful it could be when filled with plant life. A nice touch don’t you think?!
Beautiful interiors with separate ramps for both entering and leaving mean there is little room for getting lost. The transparent nature of the building ensures that you never feel claustrophobic; like in the case of many other old parking lots. Beautiful and brilliant!
We can already hear a few people muttering “But this was finished in 1964”. Absolutely right and designed by architect Bertrand Goldberg the twin towers we well ahead of their time.
Their parking garage is adorned by giant book titles that have been painted on to the building. Appearing like spines of classic books 22 titles were picked to decorate the garage wall based on nominations from the locals.
Red is ‘Out’ Green signifies ‘in’ blue is for a level ‘up’ and yellow for a level ‘down’; it is all that simple!
This begins with You can also make it easy on yourself by purchasing stickers that do some of the work for you! I like the dots with the prices pre-printed on them.