New Private Parking Lot To Ease Downtown Parking Woes

PHOTO: A new parking lot being built by a private business is expected to ease parking woes in the downtown area. The lot, being built on 1st Street between Lexington and Clifton Avenues, is the second such parking to be constructed downtown.

The lot was recently purchased by the owner of the Lexington Towers, in order to accommodate parking for the dozens of businesses in their building. The convenience will in turn free up dozens more spaces in the congested downtown area. The lot is expected to boast approximately 35 spots.

In June of last year, officials took part in a ribbon cutting ceremony for another parking lot built by the same owner, which added 31 parking spots. TLS.

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  1. i never understood why some downtowners have such a sense entitlememt to ask taxpayers to fund their cleint parking needs. They should all buy their own lots like all other business in this town

  2. Re: BTW

    Traditionally, urban ‘downtown’ commercial areas have featured densely packed stores, services & restaurants served by large central (city provide) parking. This is the primary attraction for those who utilize these areas, park once, shop all day. Lakewood is no different. Well, except for the fact that they have failed to provide the large central parking an are now relying on the largess and generosity of private individuals to provide essential city services.

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