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City of Las Vegas - Symphony Park Garages


Las Vegas, NV

691 spaces for Lot B, 566 spaces for Lot L



ENR Southwest Best Projects, Merit Award, Government/Public Building, 2020
NAIOP Southern Nevada Merit Award, Mixed Use Development, 2020
AIA Nevada Merit Award - Unbuilt Category, 2019

Located in Symphony Park, this project consists of two, multi-level municipal parking garages, grade level retail shell-space (approximately 28,500 SF), and off-site and utility improvements.

Symphony Park Parcels B and L are in the area bounded by Symphony Park Avenue, Union Pacific Railroad right of way, West Clark Avenue and South Grand Central Parkway.

Symphony Park is the first major open space within downtown Las Vegas and is quickly becoming Las Vegas’ urban central park, a beautifully landscaped area that encourages outdoor social interaction. Symphony Park is home to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum and Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. These parking garages support the existing uses and the rapid growth and development of this area.

Both garages are planned with a very similar language and aesthetics, becoming recognizable elements with distinct colors on each that serve as wayfinding. The introduction of alternating galvanized steel profiles allows for the surrounding environment to be reflected, creating an ever-changing color composition. The colors introduced on the galvanized steel screen are informed by the iconic Dream Sculpture that identifies Symphony Park. Additionally, the Symphony Park musical note at the intersection of the main corners of each garage, further brands the buildings.

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